Advertising Watchdog Moves To Ban “Idealised” Images Of Pretty Women, by Liam Deacon.
The UK’s advertising watchdog is investigating the “objectification and sexualisation of women in ads” because of an “increasing political and public debate” driven by “offended” feminists on social media.
The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has already started banning ads featuring attractive women, that supposedly cause “offence, or harm”. Such censorship may now become routine, as the ASA claims it is “alive to changing attitudes and behaviours”. …
The regulator now appears ready to officially change their stance on the matter, and depending on the conclusion of their investigation all attractive women on ads could soon be deemed to cause “offence” and “harm” and be censored. …
The development follows the controversy surrounding Protein World last year — a fitness company that put up billboards in London (pictured above) showing a woman in a bikini beside the words: “Are you beach body ready?”
Most of Marxism can be viewed as an attempt to systemically squash competition, by a small subsection of society previously mainly found in libraries and in the Arts faculties of some universities. Likewise socialism — protection from competition. Arranged marriages are coming, where the Marxist but ugly women get to marry the hot blokes by law.
“Competition for thee, but not for me,” said the socialist.