When I first saw the headline for this Glamour piece, I have to admit, my mind jumped to all kinds of dystopian conclusions: Love-gloves with a built-in nanochip that automatically activates when the rubber gets used, and spills all the dirty deets of your deed to a breathlessly waiting Internet? Hey, it could happen. . . . → Read More: Stupid Sex Tricks: Wear it, (over)share it
Aside from the serious health concerns they blithely neglect to mention in their quest to turn the whole world vegan, PETA also engages in false, deceptive and highly offensive advertising that’s downright abusive to women:
There is so much wrong with this ad. What kind of man is so sexually out of control that . . . → Read More: Stupid Sex(ist) Tricks: Why I will never be a vegan
Everybody in North America knows (or SHOULD know) that Axe Body Spray is the masking odor for (pre)adolescent male sexual insecurity, immaturity and general lack of appeal. It’s the sort of stuff that you want to avoid if you’re a guy, and avoid a guy who smells of it if you’re a gal. So when […] . . . → Read More: Stupid Sex(ist) Tricks: How to smell like a pelotudo
No. Oh, no. NO: In case you were wondering what that was all about, Copyranter explains: Komerční Banka is a member of the Société Générale Group, and is one of the leading financial institutions in the Czech Republic. Copy translation, according to the YouTube poster: “Enjoy the first banking transaction.” There’s another of these spots […] . . . → Read More: Stupid Sex Tricks: Banking and wanking, together at last
…be it women: …or children: Yes, that’s right…human beings are now objects to be “won” in stupid radio contests. Incidentally, both these contests are being held by Canadian radio stations. Isn’t there some kind of CRTC legislation against this kind of audience-grabbing stunt? Or human-rights legislation? Or, in the case of the Russian male-order bride […] . . . → Read More: In capitalism, everything is a commodity…
And it advertises WHAT? This ad banner actually appeared on an iPhone sex app. I’m sure it was completely random, but it’s also completely stupid. A screen that small doesn’t need anything more to clutter it up. Just one more reason to ban advertising from anything that connects to the Internets, IMO. (And no, that’s […] . . . → Read More: Stupid Sex Tricks: There’s an app for WHAT?
Okay…I have to admit, I thought this was very clever at first. A sexy beer ad that objectifies…MEN, for a change? Now, tell me what exactly is wrong with this picture. Can you see it? Look closely…between the “legs”. (If … . . . → Read More: Stupid Sex Tricks: When sex doesn’t sell beer