Joe Boxer “Jingle Balls” ad illustrates gender double standard

With less than 20 shopping days until Christmas the seasonal advertising has been ratcheted up to maximum. Some are old tried and true – and a bit tired as well –  while others are making their first appearance. Among the newbies is an ad for Joe Boxer underwear that features a row of men inContinue reading “Joe Boxer “Jingle Balls” ad illustrates gender double standard”

Offensive snack food logos then and now: Aboriginal boys and Banditos

The Yum Yum brand of potato chips has decided to go retro and bring back the logo it used for years, starting in 1959 when the company began operations. The problem is the logo features a cartoon drawing of an aboriginal boy in a feathered hat. Some find this offensive, other are not bothered, butContinue reading “Offensive snack food logos then and now: Aboriginal boys and Banditos”