• Female orgasms v ‘hydra power': why toiletries are the last bastion of sexist advertising

    3 monthes ago - By The Guardian

    Radox has come under fire from a priest who says its packaging is sexist. Why does the toiletries industry still insist on separating men and women into musk and strawberries? For women, the act of getting clean is about glamour. For men, it's about heroism. Or so Radox would have you believe. A priest, teacher and father of two girls has called out the brand for gendered labelling on some of its shower gels that tells men they can “feel strong” with mint and tea tree or “powerful with the scents of punchy caffeine and guarana”, while women can “feel gorgeous with coconut kiss” or “bubbly...
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