My Concern is the manuipulation and sexism behind this campagian. I`d also like to express that we are also an educated province full of promise and hope and I find it frighting that we as citizens are willing to be represented in this demeanig manner. We have enough problems with our Government selling us out every time we have an opportunity for economical advancement. It sadnes me that all parties involved would represent its people in such a backward, repressing way. Id like to remind us all that we are all apart of a great Country that is striving to catch up in many areas with other parts of Canada and the way in which we are representing ourselves is less then beneath this beautiful Province.
I find the ads degrading to women and insulting to men. As well, they only seem to target their message to one half of the population. How a sexualized female image gets one to drive safer is beyond me. Shame on the Nova Scotia government.
The Driving Campaign is offensive to women and diminishing to all people in Nova Scotia. We have high rates of sexualized violence in our province and need to be more respectful and concerned about objectification of young women in advertising. Take it down.
Men as well as women find this campaign offensive. A public institution like the Bridge Commission should set an example in more ways than good driving habits. Great idea to target bad driving habits that lead to big delays on two of Halifax's bottlenecks. But there are many ways to be clever and catch people's attention without sexist language and imagery.
Offensive is the first word that comes to mind when viewing this campaign. Respect is fast becoming a lost word in our language. How about some respect for our general population? We deserve better than this.