Bianca. Age: 19. im freaky, fun, completely sexy, classy but play dirty.
According to the increase of 21% in revenue, I'm going to say they must have done something right. But the public is what matters most in this sense. When NOW (National Organization of Women), saw this ad they quoted it to be, “beyond offensive, with a scene evoking a gang rape and reeking of violence. Dolce & Gabbana have come under fire for a ad that depicts the gang rape of a woman who is being restrained as a group of men look on. This just days after designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana were attacked when they called IVF babies 'synthetic' Dolce & Gabbana have. Designers Dolce & Gabbana are under attack again after an advertising campaign critics say shows a simulated 'gang rape' has resurfaced. The latest furore The advertisement 'offended the dignity of the woman, in the sense that the feminine figure is shown in a degrading manner'. 'The woman has an. Dolce and Gabbana advert. Date: January 1, SHARE: The advert shows a photo that feature a blank looking young woman in a bathing suit and high heels being pinned down by a glossy shirtless man while four other men look on. The advert may be used to: 1. illustrate images that promote violence against women;. Dolce & Gabbana: This ad is beyond offensive, with a scene evoking a gang rape and reeking of violence against women. Back in , fashion house Dolce & Gabbana received backlash for this ad that featured a woman being restrained by a shirtless man while surrounded by other half-dressed men. The ad was banned in both Italy and Spain as the Advertising Self-Discipline Institute stated that it "offended the dignity of the woman, in the. Offensive advertising is nothing new. I've posted about the Dolce & Gabbana gang rape ad (apparently a theme with them), the creepy fitness ads in Men's Health, the hilariously bad diet ads, the homicidal video game ads and even Lady Gaga's glamorization of rape and murder in her videos, among. HuffPost UK Lifestyle contacted Dolce & Gabbana for comment earlier today and are awaiting their response. Commenting on the new interest in the image, feminist writer Louise Pennington said: "Representations of women in fashion are inherently misogynistic. Women are represented as objects. AFPMarch 17, am. A CONTROVERSIAL ad by fashion designers Dolce and Gabbana suggesting gang rape has been banned from Italian publications. "The advertisement showing a woman pinned to the ground by the wrists by a bare-chested man, with other men in the background looking on", has been banned. Dolce & Gabbana have not only enraged gays and the parents of test-tube babies — now the fashion-designing duo is also being boycotted by feminists who are outraged by a fashion ad depicting what looks like a très chic gang bang. Three bored hunks look on as a shirtless fourth man pins down a lithe.