Skip to comments.Am I the only one annoyed by the hectoring pro"women" Super Bowl "commercials?"
Posted on 02/01/2015 5:29:34 PM PST by JOHN ADAMS
Am I the only person watching this "football game" (which is actually a good football game) annoyed by these annoying lectures, masquerading as commercials, about how powerful, capable, independent and valuable women are, so we barbaric men shouldn't devalue them, disrespect them (not actually a word) or hit them? Is this really what we need to be told while we're trying to just watch a ball game? I know the rest of the culture insists on this, but aren't men the primary clientele of the NFL? Why does the NFL have to subject us to this nonsense?
Islam will change that...
IT’s not just Super Bowl ads...it’s all ads....all white guys are idiots, period.
“Feminism” is just “anti-male-ism.” That’s 100% of what it is.
Women have a place. Men have a place. Men are the heads of our families. Women are helpmates of men. Their role is to be married and submit to their husbands. That’s the Biblical order of things. These Scriptures make it clear that a wife should submit voluntarily to her husband’s leadership. But these days, just mention the word “submission” and many women immediately become angry and even hostile.
The whole emasculation of the Super Bowl offends me starting with the showcasing of the gayest ice skater in the universe.
Lean forward and don’t be bossy, that’s code for a gender war.
The media is not content with stirring up a race war, they want a gender war, and an age war, and a PC war and anything that will divide average Americans.
So maybe men should take some of the billions a year they collectively spend on prostitution, and spend it on pro-male ads instead.
Throw like a girl is an insult when directed to a man. It is not when directed to a girl., unless she is a Women’s Softball League pitcher, then she still throws like a girl but a lot harder.
Yes, it’s annoying.
When I see a touchy feely ad, I assume a liberal is trying to manipulate me. I’m female, and annoyed.
Yes, that's the whole point. It basically implies that girls are inferior to boys. If a girl screws up or does something poorly, nobody ever tells them the are "acting like a boy."
I agree, I think all of those should have been "Tell me what it's like to throw like Obama"
You are not alone.
That was a funny commercial. Here’s my favorite Superbowl commercial:
Dear Kitten: Regarding The Big Game
Mute the commercials.
I hate to break this to you, but the Super Bowl is aimed at an audience of female viewers who don’t know anything about football. The real football season ended two weeks ago.
Its the NFL’s way of warning the criminal ghetto thugs that are now the darlings of the gridiron that you waste your time watching to stop beating up their wives and girlfriends. Just sayin. :-)
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