Super Bowl Ads: What Do You Think?

by Lisa Bennett, NOW Communications Director

The buzz around the NOW office is that the most sexist ads appearing during this year’s Super Bowl were the Teleflora ad, which promoted the idea that men should expect sex from women if they buy them flowers, and the Fiat ad, which depicted a hot car as a sexually provocative woman.

While there’s plenty more to gripe about (yes, you again Go Daddy), rather than putting together a lengthy analysis of all the Super Bowl ads, we’re going to throw open the question to you:

What ads did you like or dislike based on their portrayal of women or other groups that are often degraded for laughs and exploited to sell products?

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