Budweiser Revisited Their The ’50s And ’60s Sexist Adverts And Adapts Them To 2019

Budweiser Revisited Their The ’50s And ’60s Sexist Adverts And Adapts Them To 2019

For this year’s International Women’s Day, Budweiser decided to revisit three of their ads from the 50s and 60s, and they are not exactly proud of them.

The ads featured objectified women, usually in a servile role to their husbands, and they were just a reflection how the world look back in the 50s and 60s.

We must admit that we’ve come a long way since then, but we must also admit that we still have a long road ahead. So, Budweiser used the opportunity to modernize their work and showcase gender balance and women’s empowerment.

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Sorry, but there is a typo where it says women have come a long way. It says coom hahahah

We must stray the furthest from tradition, conservative values, because.

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