|The Winds of Change|
The ad simply depicts a familiar icon and showing a pair of legs doesn't damage the image of women in the least.They seemed to have forgotten that Marilyn is an icon for about 40% of the population - the heterosexual men amongst themselves...
As for me, while I'm heartened that women are finally taking note and speaking up, I take a more guerrilla approach:
I find every single poster plastered by the politicos all across the country sexist - since they contain only all-male names running for offices, championing causes, speaking at conventions, rallying the crowds.Until the men release the women from their invisibility cloak burkhas (and not in the Berlusconi sense), it's still 'No Country for Women' - young or old.
What do you think? Sexist? Fun? Effective?