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Amazingly Cringe-Worthy Male Underwear Ads From The 1970s

Fashion changes over the years, and sometimes we look back at things that were fashionable back in the day, and we blush at how bad they looked. It's crazy how much our perception of what is cool and acceptable is based on what society dictates it to be. Take a look through these ridiculous male underwear ads from the 1970s, and you'll see how my point is proven repeatedly.

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Vintage Ads Which Were Highly Offensive Towards Women

Full gender equality might still not be where it needs to be, but we've certainly come a long way over the past half a century. Travel back just 50 or-so-years-ago, and the world was not an easy place to be a woman. Where assisting men to become great achievers was their highest accolade, women didn't have much hope for being taken seriously. With companies insulting and belittling women as marketing strategies to sell their products, it was indeed a man's world.

These vintage ads give us an idea of just how little empowerment, rights, or power women had back in the day. Check out the horrors below.

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Gillette’s New ‘The Best Men Can Be’ Ad Has a Message About Toxic Masculinity And Is Getting Mixed Reactions

The shaving brand's advertisement focuses on bullying, sexual assault, #MeToo and men setting an example for boys. Some people have responded by praising the campaign's message, while others don't agree.




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