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The purpose of Advertising is to sell you a product They use manyways to sell you that product but they have to get your attention firstThe things that people see when it comes to advertising is only face valueNo one actually takes time to really analyze the deeper meanings of thoseads They are trying to push a secret message that can sometimes promoteabuse of women and degradation of women is okay Often times women aremade into objects making them less than human Many advertisers really tryto push the idea of sex into a lot of ads because as we all know sexsells It has even gotten to the point where even children have becomesexualized which is obviously sick and grotesque Racism is also usedquite frequently in ads but you wont know it if youre not looking forit people of color are often portrayed as animals or dressed up in animalprint Women are subjected to many different types of degradation Today many ads focus on women and their bodies The idea is that arejust objects to have In an ad for leggs it shows a man standing on topof a womans head Mind you its just her head She is merely an objectnot even human The caption says Its nice to have a girl around thehouse The head s also connected to a tiger pelt This even dehumanizesher even more This is has a double meaning other than being and objectthe animal print comes into play it says it right there She is a trophythe man has conquered over the women its pure dominance There is alsoanother ad that just gleams with all this objectification Its an ad forUniversity Row Manhattan the image is of a women in a cage while a mansits on top saying Hold that tiger Tiger We have that theme of genderdominance in this ad but something new here is
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