When you can’t talk about what you really need to talk about, then you take refuge in distractions.
Sweden is obsessively feminist. It also has one of the highest sexual assault and rape rates in Europe. Its obsessive feminism is creepy and laughable, and irrelevant to its actual problem. The more of a toll Muslim migration takes on Sweden, the more it engages in virtue signaling feminism.
You would’ve been hard pressed to travel the internet lately and not see the popular Distracted Boyfriend image, which depicts a man swiveling his head backward to gawk at a woman walking in the opposite direction while his girlfriend glares at him in anger.
Well, a meme based on the viral image has been deemed sexist by Sweden’s advertising ombudsman, The Guardian reported.
Turns out recruitment ads posted to Facebook by the internet service provider Bahnhof added labels to the boyfriend (“You”), the girlfriend (“Your current workplace”), and the woman walking away (“Bahnhof”) — and the ombudsman ruled the ads gender-discriminatory, the outlet said, citing the Local.
“The advertisement objectifies women,” the ombudsman said, The Guardian reported. “It presents women as interchangeable items and suggests only their appearance is interesting … It also shows degrading stereotypical gender roles of both men and women and gives the impression men can change female partners as they change jobs.”
Read the full story from Front Page Mag
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