Mad Men Sexist Ad
How would Don Draper sell car wax in 1968? By giving a beautiful naked woman a paint job.
Also, spoiler alert about that debauchee Don Draper. It's the Mad Men Sexist Ad of the Week.
If it's Monday, Don Draper has a hash hangover, and it's time for Mad Men Sexist Ads of the Week.
Don Draper calls it a brilliant ad that sells the Hell out of tires. It's the Mad Men Sexist Ad of the Week.
Look at the image for long enough and you can make the train change direction simply by thinking about it. Freaky.
If it's Monday, Don Draper is still drunk, and it's time for the Mad Men Sexist Ad of the Week.
Don Draper really upped the insensitive asshole ante Sunday. So we had to keep pace with this edition of Mad Men Sexist Ad of the Week. Spoiler Alert!
Half-dressed model — check. Rapey double entendre headline — check.
The year was 1969, and ad Mad Men really started honing their insecurity messages directed squarely at the woman's vagina.
Welcome back to the Mad Men–era, Don Draper-approved Sexist Ad of the Week!
It's the Mad Men Sexist Ads of the Week. This week, six Tiparillo ads. Must read: the overt copy (the copy's down a bit, guys) on all of these.
Yesterday was National Administrative Professionals Day. So let's go back in time and visit the General Electric typing pool.
"Damn woman! You just CAN'T drive! Give me the keys, and go vacuum my study, Mrs. McCrash."
Every Wednesday until the end of the season, I'll post a madly sexist ad from the 1960s. This week: A stunningly sexist salt ad. Yes, salt.
Starting today, and every Wednesday until the end of the season, I'll post a madly sexist ad from the 1960s. This week: Oedipussy Complex.