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This Trojan Campaign Has a Powerful Message About Consent

Though condom marketing has been traditionally focused on men, women do constitute a percentage of consumers: 18 percent of females, Read More »

Powerful "When I Play" Short Film for ESPNW Shuts Down Stereotypes in the Best Way

Written and directed by Allison Glock for espnW, the new "When I Play" short film " Read More »

New "This Girl Can" Ad Encourages Women to #BEBOLD Phenomenally With the Help of Maya Angelou

Set to the recitation of Maya Angelou's "Phenomenal Woman" poem, a new video advertisement by the U.K. Read More »

See How This Danish Ad Challenges You to Recognize "All That We Share"

Sometimes when we are at a loss for words, multimedia such as pictures, videos, films, advertisements, and the like depict just what we are trying to say. Read More »

Hillary Clinton in the White House in 2016 May Have Been Predicted By a 1996 Fashion Ad

If what's meant to be will be — and designer Kenneth Cole has anything to do with it — Hillary Clinton will win next week's presidential ele Read More »

This "If I Were A Toy" Ad Is Defying Gender Roles

In a new English toy company ad, a young boy was featured doing more than playing football or video games. Read More »

Tags: gender norms, toys, ad

This "Call Me Maybe" Parody Is Addressing Double-Standards in Indian Marriage Ads

Be our pondati. That's the name of a parody that's received more than 800,000 views on YouTube. "Pondati" is the Tamil word for wife. Read More »

See the Touching Reason Why These People are Thanking Their Moms On Father's Day

A touching new Father's Day campaign from Angel Soft shows daughters and sons paying a special tribute to the hard work and dedication of their single mothers — who often filled the role of both mother and father. Read More »