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7 Ridiculously Sexist Vintage Ads I guess in the 1950s the best way to advertise to women was through misogyny!

17 Ridiculously Sexist Vintage Ads

SEXISM in advertising: "Don't worry.you didn't burn the beer".Hopefully she went on burning the dinner and he just had beer each night! Ad for Schlitz beer,

"Si c'était vrai aujourd'hui ? !" Avertising in 30's

Awesome ))) Vintage Beauty and Hygiene Ad of the notice the men have straps on their suits, this woman is wearing something that wasn't legal at the time.

Fourteen-Hour wives of Eight-Hour men, need Gold Dust Washing Powder to enable them to get through work as early as their husbands.

The Fourteen Hour Wife, dreaming of her wild transformation into a dazzling Ten Hour Vaudeville Star/Queen of High Society.

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"How to measure your wife for an ironing table?" How about measuring your wife for a 9 iron so she can beat you? You try ironing in a skirt, high heels and a stiff hairdo and then we'll see how you like "getting measured for an ironing table!

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Mornidine was a prescription drug that helped pregnant women cope with morning sickness. But if it's the way you seem to market it is by promising that wives will be well enough to cook breakfast again if they take this drug. Talk about a war on women

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Spread your legs! :-D Vintage ad for the Pontiac Star Chief- Every parents dream!

"Is it always illegal to KILL a woman?" One of Pitney-Bowes finer moments in advertising.

Pitney-Bowes Postage Meter ad c. "Husband furious because you've missed the post? The Pitney-Bowes Postage Meter prints the stamp .

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A sexist image from a shipping carton in the Another sexualized portrayal of an everyday good using a naked woman. This picture shows how men thought of women as sexual objects rather than human beings.

Girls are bad at math. And soft hands trump a great personality and good cooking skills ANY day. Good Housekeeping magazine. November, 1942.

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Sexist Vintage Ads: Outdated Advertisements Directed At Husbands And Wives. It really does float!

Wowwwwwwww. This actually exists. *facepalm*

Cigarette ad comparing them to thin and rich women. What happened to women that have curves and work hard for a paycheck?