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Soul-Aid, afro-"flesh tone" bandages, "Priced competitively with the pink ones!" Not, Soul Aid?

Vintage adverts - how times have changed

If men hate the sight of you, there is help available. Oh how times have changed.

Crazy Old Days: Examples of Vintage Advertising, That Would Be Banned Today « Curious Eggs Curious Eggs

What young girl wouldn't feel better about herself if she wore Chubbettes? Yes, this was a real clothing line in the and for "bigger" girls. A girl's body Image problems started early.

Oh really now?

The ads which taste forgot: Sexist and inappropriate magazine adverts of yesterday urge man of the house to 'keep her where she belongs'

One vintage ad warns women, "Don't let them call you SKINNY!" while another promises that smoking cigarettes will keep one slender. If the task of morphing their bodies into the current desirable shape isn't enough of a burden, women are also reminded that they stink.

Selling Shame: 20 Outrageously Offensive Vintage Ads

Ladies he will only kiss you with the right lipstick - Selling Shame: 20 Outrageously Offensive Vintage Ads

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16 Sexist Vintage Ads That Are Unbelievably Offensive

Old advertisement for Zonite Femine Hygiene products. Remember ladies, you gotta keep it clean. Don't risk such needless tragedies as "home broken up, few social invitations, the feeling of being shunned without knowing why."

Broken homes! Few social invitations! Being shunned! All because of a grave womanly offense, which could have been prevented!

Inappropriate Vintage Ads For Children

***Between DDT and Hexychlorophene, we survived.***Inappropriate Vintage Ads For Children

Great old advertisement! Wish young women would have this mentality today! #freedommarketingcanada #advertising

Vintage Fitness Ads You Won't Believe Existed

Great old advertisement! Wish young women would have this mentality today! do have this mentality today, dumbass. It's just reverse. The central idea ("I have to be good enough for men to look at me or I'm worthless") hasn't changed