Pull Sexist Dr. Pepper 10 Ads
  • Petitioned Dr. Pepper/Seven Up Inc

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Dr. Pepper/Seven Up Inc

Pull Sexist Dr. Pepper 10 Ads

    1. Petition by

      Haley Mangum-Gordon

      Milpitas, CA

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=42ZZyueRfO0 Watch this video, and tell the women in your lives, whether they are friends, lovers, or family, that this is an acceptable way for the world to view them. You can't. This video is unacceptable, and must be taken off the air.

Don't let Dr. Pepper get away with their sexism. Make them pull these ads. Until they do, boycott their product.

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    • Julia Burton ARLINGTON, TX
      • over 2 years ago

      Gross and unacceptable.

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    • Emily Flanagan WESTMONT, IL
      • over 2 years ago

      Enough of this sexist BS!

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    • Ashley Howard NAPLES, FL
      • over 2 years ago

      I loved Dr. Pepper, and it was my favorite drink. But I don't think I will be buying for myself, my friends, or family anymore.

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    • Katlyn Stucke ELYRIA, UNITED STATES MINOR OUTLYING ISLANDS
      • over 2 years ago

      This isn't "funny" like so many people try to tell me it is. It's not a "harmless joke". It's the advertisement not for a soda, but for the idea that women are less than men. And I'd buy a whole case and drink it just to prove that a woman can drink whatever the fuck she wants, EXCEPT I REFUSE TO GIVE ANY MONEY TO THIS COMPANY . I REFUSE TO ACKNOWLEDGE IT'S PRODUCTS UNTIL THIS AD IS REMOVED AND AN APOLOGY TO WOMEN EVERYWHERE IS DELIVERED.

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    • Kathy Palmer BATTLE CREEK, MI
      • over 2 years ago

      I'm signing because it's not okay to discriminate against anyone, and this is a very blatant form of discrimination. It would not be allowed on the air or anywhere else if it were to say it isn't for any other specific group. Also, I feel the ad is very stereotypical, saying that women should go back to their romance movies, which not all women enjoy, but more than that, my friend told me that if you try to like Dr Pepper 10 on Facebook as a woman, they ban you and that they have games on their site where men are throwing objects at women. So not only are they saying its okay to discriminate against women nationally, they are also promoting violence and abuse against women. Whoever came up with the slogan/idea for this campaign should be ashamed, the business should be ashamed for actually choosing to use and promote it. If this ad was intended as a joke, or meant to try to get more attention for Dr Pepper products, I'm sure they could have came up with a better way to do so than to promote such behavior against women.

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