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This is literally an ad showing a woman as an object, a house decoration at that, being stepped on. I don't know what more could possibly be said.

Dacron had a very sexist poster ad. The ad showed a picture of a lady on the floor with a rug for a body. A man was then standing on her head and was saying ” It’s nice to have a girl around the house”.

Wenn der Vater mit dem Sohne:  Ein Klaps auf den Hintern hat noch keinem Kind...

Wenn der Vater mit dem Sohne: Ein Klaps auf den Hintern hat noch keinem Kind...

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I love the copy on this. It's not even HIS head.

Weirdly sexist ad for Mr. Leggs men's slacks

Shockingly Sexist Vintage Ads - Life & pop culture, untangled

This is for Griffin Microsheen Boot Polish but it looks like they were trying to sell something else to me.

vintage man crying - Buscar con Google

'the game is broomsticks' - broomsticks slacks, ['ring around rosie. or carol. or eleanor, etc. but you can only play if you wear broomsticks slacks. but if you don't want to play our way - take off our pants and go home.

Vintage Ads That Would Be Banned Today - BuzzFeed Mobile

13 Vintage Ads That Would Be Banned Today

Gentlemen, do you want your woman to bow to you and serve you breakfast It’s easy! Just wear a tie in bed. Preferably a Van Heusen tie, of course. But, as any woman will tell you, any tie in bed is better than no tie at all—What are we?

Sexist Vintage Ads: Outdated Advertisements Directed At Husbands And Wives

CRINGE: 17 Sexist Vintage Ads For Spouses

"Do you still beat your wife? Maybe you should never have stopped. Read why in the rollicking, provocative, yet educational booklet entitled, 'Why You Should Beat Your Wife', written by an eminent practitioner of this manly art.

World War II Vintage Ads & Posters - Oddee.com (vintage advertisement posters)

15 Fascinating World War II Vintage Ads & Posters - vintage advertisement posters

World War II poster. How many posters were around, countless? Making these posters promoted women to enlist in war. Or, get a job related to war.

An ad from the 1950s or 1960s selling Bell and Howell Projectors...nothing subliminal about this!  Can you say sexist?

17 Ridiculously Sexist Vintage Ads

SEXISM in advertising: Sabrina demonstrates her "projection equipment".ad for Bell & Howell slide projector

Thank God for the feminest revolution of the '70s. "You have no right to question him." "His topics of conversation are more important than yours." How sexist and this had to have been written by a man or a woman who was brain-washed by a man.

From a home economics textbook intended for high school girls, teaching them how to prepare for married life. A few ones that stuck out to me: "You have no right to question him." "A good wife always knows her place.