Kentucky officially apologizes for “offensive” advertisement

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Kentucky On The YouTube.

The ad has so far attracted 60,000 views on YouTube and a number of denunciations and admiration.

A spokesman for the South Pacific Department of the company "We apologize if we offend anyone with our recent announcement. Our intention was not to passively portray a stereotype of women and boys.

The ad shows two boys staring at a woman.

Some described the ad on Twitter as "comic" They said the company did not need to apologize, but the Collective Shout group was involved in fighting "The commodification of women" She denounced the ad and said it "It fell back to an era in which outmoded and outdated stereotypes prevailed.".

A spokeswoman for the group said "Like that Ads Firm ideas such as we cannot expect better than boys.".

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The ad lasts 15 seconds, and it started broadcasting on Australian TV 3 weeks ago, as it was placed on a channel Kentucky On The YouTube.

The ad has so far attracted 60,000 views on YouTube and a number of denunciations and admiration.

“We apologize if we offended anyone with our recent announcement. Our intention was not to passively portray a stereotype of women and boys,” said a spokesman for the company’s South Pacific department.

The ad shows two boys staring at a woman.

Some described the ad on Twitter as “comical” and said the company did not need to apologize, but the Collective Shout group fighting “the commodification of women” condemned the ad and said it “retreated to an era in which outmoded and outdated stereotypes prevailed …”.

A spokeswoman for the group said, “Such Ads Firm misconceptions such that we cannot expect better from this than boys .. “.



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