LOL, am skinny not by choice I ate a lot, I prefer myself to gain more weight I am now 100 lbs but I am short so it is proportional, slim is all and yeah I prefer more women who have skin in them, and the curtailment of that commercial is absurd,
The concept of beauty as "thin is in and beautiful" is being perpetuated by media and enetrtainemnt industry and this is just crazy
OOps, Pamela Anderson. lol Loni was all buxom on WKRP also. Thanks Sab But the commercial is not about anyone being fat. It at least doesn't promote a woman having to be a size 1 or smaller to be sexy!
I'm with Padrino on this...looked to me like that woman WAS skinny with big boobs. She had curves. Is that what we're calling plus-sized (read: fat) these days? Crikey.
I do believe this is probably a matter of creating controversy. At the very least, if this commercial is too salacious it may be because it implies that the woman is going to meet her lover for "lunch" wearing nothing but lingerie and a trench coat. Put a man in his trench coat and what he wears for sex on Prime Time and what are you looking at? lol
But I do LOVE Lane Bryant...speaking as a big beautiful woman...Why I'm wearing their clothes right now. That's right guys...just imagine me in that ad...LMAO! Seriously, if you're a lady (and even if you're not), the Cacique bra line is totally awesome.
I didn't see anything offensive or upsetting about the ad. I am also a busty plus-size woman and I don't see what the problem is, especially if skinny girls are allowed to dress like that on advertisements.
This is a really good point and, if true - very clever.
I found the ad to be reasonable and the woman in the commercial is very attractive.
If Sab Oh is right, then this ad/vid will probably be talked about like crazy, aired in minimal clips for weeks on sideline news spots on TV, then finally released "in full" to run as normal...once everyone and their auntie, neighbor, grandpa, etc., has had a chance to debate about the rightness or wrongness of the commercial.
Everyone will be paying full attention if the ad is re-circulated in full...yep, could be a really good plan.
I just looked at the ad. To me, if I didn't know what the issue is "supposed to be", I could see the add as being too "salacious" no matter how thin or not-thin the model is. I see more as a matter of the whole situation/actions of the model going on around the cleavage, rather than the cleavage, itself. Maybe I'm just weird.
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