Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Women in the Superbowl Ads

As usual, the adds were almost as much of a draw as the game--particularly since we all knew the Tebow add was going to be showing.

But, surprise, surprise, apparently NOW believes that the football player's spot encourages domestic violence. Hm.


Of course, there were all those other anti-gender-relations ads out there that evening . . . Miller, Dockers, you name it. Personally I'd rather be affectionately tackled than loathed, ignored, or placed second to a set of tires.


But maybe that's just me, warped by having grown up with seven brothers.

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