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Combating sexist stereotypes in adverts

Misogyny is a polarising subject on the internet. While the catchphrase ‘go make me a sandwich’ has gone viral and the ‘Women Against Feminism’ Facebook group has over 20,000 members, some brands are using the situation for (bad) buzz marketing.

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