Agency vows to stop objectifying women with #WomenNotObjects campaign

Can a two-and-a-half minute video eliminate decades of objectifying women in advertising? That’s the idea behind #WomenNotObjects, a new campaign from agency exec Madonna Badger. The video starts with a search of “objectification of women” on Google and turns up decades of sexism. The video goes on to shame several brands, like DirecTV, Dodge and Burger King, by having the wome ...Read the full article

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