Schandalig seksistische advertenties, waarvan bedrijven wilden dat ze nooit waren gemaakt

Dat het feminisme ons veel heeft gebracht, blijkt wel uit deze advertenties. Donald Trump is er niets bij.

1. Heinz, 1950
‘De meeste mannen zijn tegenwoordig gestopt met het slaan van hun vrouw.’

Heinz, 1950: The ad begins, "Most husbands, nowadays, have stopped beating their wives ..."

2. Van Heusen, 1951

Van Heusen, 1951: "Show her it's a man's world."

3. Chase & Sanborn, 1952

Chase & Sanborn, 1952: This ad makes light of domestic violence.

4. Schlitz, 1952

Schlitz, 1952: "Don't worry darling, you didn't burn the beer!"

5. Alcoa, 1953

Alcoa, 1953: Alcoa Aluminum's bottle caps open "without a knife blade, a bottle opener, or even a husband."

6. Unilever, 1955

Unilever, 1955: Guess who does all the dishes?

7. Budweiser, 1956

Budweiser, 1956: "Budweiser has delighted more husbands than any other brew ever known."

8. Drummond, 1959

Drummond, 1959: Woman are "a drag."

9. Kenwood, 1961

Kenwood, 1961: "That's what wives are for!"

10. Acme, 1963

Acme, 1963: The most important quality in coffee is how much it will please your man.

11. Nesbit’s 1964

Nesbit's, 1964: "Are you woman enough to buy a man's mustard?"

12. Volkswagen, 1964
‘Vrouwen zijn zacht en vriendelijk, maar ze raken dingen. Ze kunnen de motorkap beschadigen, de deur schampen of de bumper indeuken…’

VW, 1964: “Women are soft and gentle, but they hit things … She can jab the hood. Graze the door. Or bump the bumper …”

13. Brown & Williamson, 1967

Brown & Williamson, 1967: "The best ones are thin and rich."

14. Muriel, 1969

Muriel, 1969: Tipalet wants you to know that cigarettes are made for men, but instantly attractive to women.

15. Jell-O, 1969-1970

1969-1970: Jell-O doesn't think a woman can understand office hierarchies.

16. Dacron, 1970

Dacron, 1970: "It's nice to have a girl around the house."

17. Brown, 1973

Brown, 1973: "It's a wifesaver!"

18. Weyenberg Schoenen, 1974

1974: Weyenberg Shoes thinks women belong at men's feet.

 

Bron(nen):   Business Insider