Under new regulations, a commercial in the UK could portray a girl becoming a mathematician or a boy growing up to be a ballet dancer — but not the other way around.
Bonkers! Among other new guidelines, it's now *against the law*, in the UK, for ads to "connect physical features w/success in the romantic or social spheres" So suggesting that something which apears to be true, empirically, is true is now banned. Okay!
Witness a country without a First Amendment: Gender stereotypes have been banned from British ads.
You’ve probably heard the term “Always a bridesmaid, never a bride.” Can you guess what ad it’s from?
Gender stereotypes have been banned from British ads. What does that mean? via
In the age of social media, are advertisements really that influential? Young people are developing anxiety and self-esteem problems because of *Instagram*. But how can one legislate away attractive friends portraying glamorous lives?
Gender stereotypes have been banned from British ads. What does that mean?