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Gender Issues

We have 141 blogposts about Gender Related Issues.
Related Pinterest board: Gender Issues & LGBTQ-rights.

  • Men: Deadpool wants you to check your happy sack for cancer

    By on 1 February 2016

    “That bag of beans bouncing around in your hand could be trying to kill you.” Deadpool is a fictional superhero played by Ryan Reynolds in an upcoming film from Marvel. The character, whose alter ego is Wade Wilson, former special forces...

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  • Charity Ovarian Cancer Canada cancer charity shows off its #Ladyballs

    Canadian cancer charity shows off its #Ladyballs

    By on 31 January 2016

    It’s a genuinely funny ad, but viewers seem split on whether it’s fighting or promoting a certain kind of sexism. #Ladyballs is an awareness and fundraising campaign for Ovarian Cancer Canada (OCC) by Grey4Good, a division of Grey Canada . OCC says that...

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  • Anne goes rogue for abortion rights in PEI

    Anne goes rogue for abortion rights in PEI #iamkarats

    By on 30 January 2016

    Anne of Green Gables, the fictional character first published by Lucy Maud Montgomery in 1908, has become an icon of Canadian children’s literature and a major tourist draw for the province of Prince Edward Island (PEI). In the books, Anne...

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  • Breastfeeding advocacy

    Breastfeeding advocacy: The new way to objectify boobs

    By on 29 January 2016

    (The campaign “in situ” photos, appearing at the bottom of this post, show bare female nipples just in case your workplace is sensitive about that kind of thing.) Here at Osocio, we have blogged repeatedly about the attempts by advertisers...

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  • #SexFactsOmaha fights teen sex myths

    By on 26 January 2016

    This campaign, by all-volunteer agency Serve Marketing for Women’s Fund of Omaha, is pretty good in terms of production. But do teens really believe any of these things? This gives me serious doubts about sex education in Omaha. The campaign includes TV spots,...

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  • ItsNeverOkay makes harassment brutally frank

    #ItsNeverOkay makes harassment brutally frank

    By on 26 November 2015

    **Trigger Warning: Sexual Harassment, Bullying, Implied Rape** In March, I wrote about the Government of Ontario’s great new anti-sexual-assault campaign, #WhoWillYouHelp. Now, they’re addressing some more subtle forms of harassment, both sexual and bullying, by having the offenders speak plainly...

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  • Childrens Society Sexual abuse should not be a normal part of growing up

    Sexual abuse should not be a normal part of growing up

    By on 17 November 2015

    I’m of two minds about this new campaign for The Children’s Society (UK) by VCCPme: The storyline is chilling, and deeply affecting. Especially when we see the family’s ignorance of what the young woman is going through. At the same time,...

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  • Undressing Disability: Speaking up for sexual needs

    By on 12 November 2015

    Much of the social discourse about advertising involves the inappropriate sexualization of people in ads, especially women. But what if a group of people actually asks you to sexualize them? That’s the message behind Undressing Disability, a new campaign...

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  • Barbie. New direction. New product?

    By on 2 November 2015

    This relaunch ad from Barbie is amazing. It absolutely rides the wave of female empowerment that “Like a Girl” kicked off last year. The idea, tone, casting, and execution are pitch-perfect. (And with sales down 14% in 2014 alone,...

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  • The Desirable Man - A Short animated film for Breakthrough India

    What makes a man desirable?

    By on 16 October 2015

    This 2-minute animated film is made for Breakthrough India, a project what, as they say on their website “working to make violence and discrimination against women and girls unacceptable”. A main part in their work is education about gender roles....

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