Dr. Pepper: Stop the Sexist "It's Not for Women" Ad Campaign!

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Claudine Jacques
10 years ago
Wow. Dr. Pepper sure is using some disgusting tactics to sell their products. Yuck. Absolutely loathesome.

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Martin DUFRESNE
10 years ago
I like Dr. Pepper but I hate misogyny. This isn't funny and I won't buy another of their products until they make amends.

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Vanessa Nakoski
10 years ago
The idea that it would ever be okay to use violence towards something feminine on the basis of its being feminine is too abhorrent for words.

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Tracey Clark
10 years ago
It's not OK to create an ad campaign to say your product is for "whites" and go out of your way to insult blacks / Hispanics / etc. How on Earth did you think it was OK to grossly insult women and make "games" promoting violence against "feminine" stereotypes?

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Ana Garkusha
10 years ago
WTF?? WOW-the shooting gallery is no place for a woman like you?? Thats blatantly denigrating to all women.

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Lucia Baker
10 years ago
This kind of blatant sexism needs to be openly opposed and banned. It is a human rights issue and needs to be dragged into the open.

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Nancy Henry
10 years ago
This commercial perpetuates the idea that men are superior to women. I find this commercial highly offensive, and I will no longer purchase Dr. Pepper.

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Alicia Rosenberg
10 years ago
Discrimination, sexism, racism, homophobia, and hate are not ok. It disappoints me that we respect and apprecaite these type of advertisements. We need to have our media reflect the world we want to have.

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Kailey Stockburger
10 years ago
Improving brand awareness should never be done with sexist angles and obvious implications of gender roles. We are trying to get past this as a nation and keeping it in the media will not help.

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Kim Kemper
10 years ago
It amazes me to think that it's already 2012 and oppressing others is still a social norm. Maybe not in my life time, but hopefully in the future, people won't have to deal with inane campaigns like this.