From the Detroit News. | 15 Unbelievably Sexist Adverts From The 1970s

15 Unbelievably Sexist Adverts From The 1970s

Gay Dogs Prefer...., Unintentionally Funny Vintage Advertising.

rechercher: "Gay dogs prefer Ideal…sophisticats, too." Wilson Co. Ideal dog food, Found in Mom’s Basement.

Selling Shame: 20 Outrageously Offensive Vintage Ads "She never nagged, or moped, or wept"...?? Geez!  Lynn  (06/01/15)

Selling Shame: 20 Outrageously Offensive Vintage Ads

Selling Shame: 20 Outrageously Offensive Vintage Ads Yes, Lysol was originally a feminine hygiene product.

Funny Vintage Ads | Funny Weight Loss Diet Sign Natural Live Tapeworm Eggs Tablets Joke ...

FUNNY Weight Loss Diet SIGN Natural Live Tapeworm Eggs Tablets JOKE Gag Gift

I found this funny because it goes to show you how there are so many crazy weight loss fades/ diets that people start all in the name of losing weight! Plexus however is all natural and actually works!

Notice how the creators of the ad conveniently forgot to put clothing -besides the raincoat- on the woman. Another 12 Sexist Vintage Ads - Oddee.com (sexist ads)

Another 12 Sexist Vintage Ads - sexist ads

Notice how the creators of the ad conveniently forgot to put clothing -besides the raincoat- on the woman. Another 12 Sexist Vintage Ads - (sexist ads)

Yvonne tried shaving her armpit hair, but later grew tired of the routine. After joining a commune in Vermont, buying her first pair of Birkenstocks, and purchasing one of the earliest Subaru wagons, she met another charming woman of like mind and they settled into their lives as forest rangers.

This is where it all began. A product started up the myth and then sold to women's insecurities about smelling bad or being unfeminine.

VINTAGE SEXIST ADS | Sexist Vintage Ads » Lost At E Minor: For creative people

Sexist Vintage Ads

"A wife can blame herself if she loses love by getting 'middle-age' skin! Bob's so proud of me again, since I use only Palmolive, the soap made with olive oil to keep skin soft, smooth, young!

old adds | Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 ...

Still trying to get the feeling of those wonderful old ads from the and (Illustrator) ERECTOL VINTAGE AD

Vaseline: So pure you can eat it. May 1936 Country Gentleman. The inventor of Vaseline, Robert Chesebrough, did indeed eat a spoonful a day!

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