Skip to comments.Pakistani outrage bubbles as detergent ad promotes women’s rights (proctor-gamble)
Posted on 06/25/2019 5:41:30 AM PDT by dynachrome
ISLAMABAD: An international detergent brand has come under fire for an advertisement questioning gender stereotypes in the conservative patriarchal country, with critics denouncing the company for allegedly insulting Islam.
The commercial for Ariel soap, owned by US-based Proctor & Gamble, calls for women to break free of conservative norms and pursue careers.
In the ad, several women representing different professions - including a journalist and doctor - are seen pushing dirty sheets hanging on a clothesline off the screen.
The sheets are printed with common refrains used to reinforce the oppression of women in Pakistan, including the question What will people say?, which heralds scandal every time a woman chooses to challenge gender norms.
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islamic pig molestors at it again.
So they get to have kids, clean, wash, make dinner and work. Feminism makes women's life hell.
Who cares what they do or how they treat women?
>>in the conservative patriarchal country
Queer way to describe Islamic theocracy.
Kinda like saying Communist Russia was “conservative” and “patriarchal”.
Fill in the blank below with damn near anything, and you've got a news headline.
"with critics denouncing __________ for allegedly insulting Islam"
The only question is whether or not Proctor and Gamble will back off. I kid, of course. Proctor and Gamble will back off. Weepy apologies will be issued. P&G might even donate money to some Islamic front organization to make it all go away.
When is Gillette going to run their toxic masculinity commercial over there?
Globalist leftists that now control many big corporate conglomerates are learning that there are limits to their power and perspectives.
So the same marketing team that said all men are a wrong razor away from being a rapist, highlighted the first shave of a female to male transexual takes its social justice crusade to a Muslin nation....
Someone in Cincinnati better get to grips with their marketing campaigns.
Jihad continues apace. Social justice warriors on crack.
“The universalism of Islam, in its all-embracing creed, is imposed on the believers as a continuous process of warfare, psychological and POLITICAL, if not strictly military. . . . The Jihad, accordingly, may be stated as a doctrine of a permanent state of war, not continuous fighting. Majid Khadduri
The Quranic Concept of War - JOSEPH C. MYERS
To BEGIN to understand what civilization is up against...
Jihadis have made tremendous gains around the world and in the U.S.A. since 911.
It is not the function of the United States to regulate relations between the sexes in foreign nations.
Watch P&G quietly capitulate by not running any more of such ads in any muzzie country in the future.
I do the laundry at our house. Sort of funny how my wife will ask me “What should I use to get out this stain?”
“Just leave it at the top of the stairs and I’ll do it.”
Funny - I was just relating to our kids that growing up I would spend all summer up at the lake in our shack of a cabin with my mom, grandparents and siblings. The old man would come up Thursday night with clean laundry, and go back home to work (and a load of dirty clothes) on Sunday.
Hmm - I wonder what he did for food? I don’t recall him doing much in the kitchen. I can’t imagine that mom made enough frozen casseroles to last him the summer!?
That was roughly my first thought as well.
In a dispute like this, there’s reason to distrust both the Muslim and the P&G view. In light of what P&G had been doing here, if I had to choose between the two, I’m leaning toward the Muslms.
Shows what 7th. century culture is/was like.
More Millenial American buttheads working in corporate marketing who fail to grasp the reality that all cultures really AREN’T equal.
Fatwa against P&G in 3... 2... 1...
Followed soon thereafter by a new Pakistani islamist CEO.
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