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Glenn Avenue Soap Company Campaign Proposal

by Kelsey Miller @ Ohio University Strategic Social Media

Our ultimate goal for Glenn Avenue Soap Company is to increase social media following by incorporating our client more into the local community of Columbus and increasing brand loyalty and recognition. We developed three different tactics that incorporate this goal and help accomplish it. Each tactic brings our brand into the community, encourages following, and […]

Sonoma County Climate Change Activists Summit

by GCMLP Writing Team @ GCMLP

No one has come up with the answer to climate change. That’s because there is no one answer. Climate change solutions are a gumbo with lots of chefs contributing to the stew. On the last day of July, Occupy Sonoma County hosted a gathering of local activists at the Peace & Justice Center for a Climate Change Activists Summit. The purpose of this summit was to introduce ourselves and our various climate change campaigns to one another. More than 70 people, representing 25 different organizations, attended. Climate change activism is alive and well in Sonoma County. Lots of chefs. Lots of ingredients for the gumbo. The first hour was spent eating and meeting. This allowed for social interaction prior to […]

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#FindTheTruck #FindAFriend Campaign Proposal

by jasmineskyegrillmeier @ Ohio University Strategic Social Media

By Jasmine Grillmeier, Liz Sanz, Shyann Williams The Boutique Truck is Columbus, Ohio’s first mobile fashion truck specializing in trendy and cute clothing. The truck travels around different areas of Columbus and the surrounding Ohio areas to set up shop and host parties. They have a decent social media presence currently, but their presence could […]

Dove "Evolution" vs. Victoria's Secret

Dove "Evolution" vs. Victoria's Secret


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Victoria’s Secret and Dove, they have different views on body image. Two commercials are evaluated, Dove’s “Evolution” and VS’s Super Bowl 2015 commercial.

How Hepburn Sells Chocolate

by Amber Norwood @ Newvoices Wings

It is very common for an advertiser to use a celebrity to affect a product’s value, such as in Galaxy’s 2013 chocolate bar advertisement [aka Dove Chocolate], which included a digital re-creation of Audrey Hepburn. In several days, most news outlets scrambled to report this new Galaxy girl; the ad touched off a heated discussion [...]

A Cannabis Retreat Run By 'Ganja Goddesses' Takes Places In California

by Justina Bakutyte @ Konbini United States

Wedged somewhere between a yoga retreat and a full-on Hot Wet American Summer experience, the Ganja Goddess Getaway offers a unique blend of health, body and mind-oriented events united by one crucial element – weed.  Taking place in locations around Northern and Southern California, the Getaway invites all female-identifying marijuana lovers (you don't even have to […]

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The Problem with Dove | THE ILLUSIONISTS

The Problem with Dove | THE ILLUSIONISTS


THE ILLUSIONISTS - a documentary about body image and globalization

The dark side of Dove's Real Beauty Campaign: from its controversial parent company, to the marketing of Dove skin whitening deodorants in India...

Who Can Define “The Perfect Body”

Who Can Define “The Perfect Body”


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Who can define which body is perfect? Definitely it’s not Victoria’s Secret’s call. VS’s recent campaign provoked quite a lot people, and many of them used to be VS’s loyal customers. This is the p…

Ascribed and Achieved Status

Ascribed and Achieved Status

by noreply@blogger.com (Mikaela Hagen) @ Culture, Medicine and Body


Ascribed and achieved status tends to be a critical discussion in social science courses, especially sociology due to Ralph Linton, a sociologist who coined the term when discussing social structures. I’ve incorporated a short you tube video that discusses the basic meanings to supplement the article, "A Clarification of 'Ascribed Status' and 'Achieved Status' " by Irving S. Foladare.

Foladare's article concerns the misrepresentation of these terms to represent "individual variation" rather then the representation of social structure as a whole, which may be culturally variant but not individually subjective. Thus, he states that "the concepts of 'ascribed status' and 'achieved status' are designed to indicate structural properties of social systems" and individuals cannot determined if their status will be shifted (Foladare 54). Therefore, what he is ultimately saying is it is not up to the individual to give themselves a self-ascribed status because it is not socially recognized; the 'ascribed' or 'achieved' status muse be recognized by the given social structure. Foladare brings to light the misuse of Leo F. Schnore's further development of these terms in his use of 'reversible status' and 'irreversible status'. Schnore has deviated from Lipton's terminology because according to Foladare his "conceptualization is both empirically inaccurate and an additional source of departure from the social structural significance of the concepts (Foladare 54)." With this in mind though I have found comparative themes between Foladare's explanation of 'achieved status' and 'ascribed status' and Schnore's concept of 'reversible status' and 'irreversible status' to compliment "Medicalizing Homosexuality" and "Regulated Passions: The invention of inhibited sexual desire and sexual addiction."

The medicalization of homosexuality and experiences such as inhibited sexual desire (ISD) and sexual addiction are applied by medical authority, the historical context and theoretical approach have changed but the similar theme is that the medicalization has often reverted to an explanation of social status as well as self-identity. In the case of "Medicalizing Homosexuality" medical practitioners have been interested in homosexuality because of the 'abnormal desire' man had for another man (41), furthermore the homosexual body has been seen for centuries as "like savage bodies (40-41)." Ulrichs explained homosexuality as a "inborn benign anomaly" or as a third sex. Terry noted that his concept of homosexuality "was an attribute of a particular type of person, marked by the paradoxical presence of characteristics of both sexes (Terry 43). She also noted that the scientific approach he offered would be helpful in decriminalizing homosexuality because it was "inborn." Ulrichs concept represents ascribed status in the sense that he argues homosexuality is assigned prior to living in a given environment. According to Schnore biological sex is ascribed irreversible however he doesn't present sexuality or gender which in Ulrichs understanding of homosexuality would be ascribed reversible (Foladare Figure 1, 55).

Furthermore, the concept of nervous degeneration represents achieved status and how homosexuality can be achieved and reversible with increased maturity. According to Krafft-Ebing "The medical investigator is driven to the conclusion that this manifestation of modern life [homosexuality] stands in relation to the predominating nervous condition of later generations, in that it begets defective individuals (Terry 45)." The homosexual in this case has presented a achieved reversible status because with the struggles of modern life they have supposedly turned to homosexuality but have a means of reversing this sexual orientation. Foladare confirms that " 'Achieved statuses' are those in categories of statuses for which the society accepts change by individuals and, in many cases, expects efforts toward change in given directions (58)."

Krafft-Ebing correlates homosexuality with primitive human beings who are have not evolved as modern human beings (Terry 46). Terry states that to Krafft-Ebing "sexual dimorphism and monogamous procreative heterosexuality were taken to be indicators of evolutionary progress and maturity (46)" Likewise, Foladore states that " 'Achieved statuses' are those in categories of statues for which the society accepts change by individuals and, in many cases, expects efforts toward change in given directions (58)." A key term used in this statement is "expects" because as society expects these changes that are in term accepted by society, it is also expected that homosexuals eventually mature into acceptable human beings, in Krafft-Ebing's concepts.

Foladore's discusses in depth the change and fluidity of status with collective societies approval, he comes to the conclusion that "the essential point is that in their status categories change is not acceptable to the society. People are expected to be heterosexual males or heterosexual females, assigned one or the other on the basis of their biological characteristics (59)." Deviant statuses therefore illustrate a contradiction between societies ascribed status to the individual (Foladore 58-59). Therefore what is acceptable and unacceptable is determined collectively by the society however it is also decided by the popular authority. In the case of "Regulated Passions" it is the medical practitioner that assigns authority and meaning; "...The discursive elaboration of disease is shaped by myriad and complex factors, including the ideological and economic imperatives of the defining professions (Irvine 317)."

In Irvine's article he argues that "Diseases are artifacts with social history and social practice (314)" and they have created "medically legitimated boundaries of acceptable contemporary sexual experience (315)." These statements have forced me to turn to the concept of achieved status and how whole populations can be transformed due to class labeling and/or medicalization of experiences. The disease described in "Regulated Passions" as inhibited sexual desire and sexual addiction are admitted as being subjective to the individual and unable to medically define and apply universally (Irvine 322). With this in mind, subjective diseases correlate more so with the individualized theme behind "irreversible" and "reversable" statues to compliment "ascribed" and "achieved". Foladore argues that the first noted states are dependent on "individual variation" (53) rather then part of social structures.

The main point that I have strived to achieve is that according to Foladore "achieved statuses" and "ascribed statuses" are fundamental to understanding human behavior and therefore this may be the reasoning behind ascribing homosexuality to a type of status (i.e. primitive). These statues also represent the concept behind medicalization, and that is attempting to apply a universal notion to a very diverse population. On the individual level, which is subjective, it should be looked at after considering "reversible" and irreversible" statuses because it does not properly incorporate the social structures in place. In order to understand why these theories were formed and how even passion was medicalized it is essential to look a social structures in place.

Victoria's Secret Sparks Outrage With 'Perfect Body' Campaign

Victoria's Secret Sparks Outrage With 'Perfect Body' Campaign


Business Insider

Critics say the ads are damaging to women.

Why women aren't happy with Victoria's Secret 'Perfect Body' message

Why women aren't happy with Victoria's Secret 'Perfect Body' message


The Christian Science Monitor

Victoria Secret's new bra campaign has prompted a British online petition to change it.

How Victoria’s secret’s “The perfect body” campaign generated negative buzz

by GiuliaMontagnaro @ My E-Marketing Blog

In one of my previous posts i have praised Victoria’s secret for its successful campaigns. However, not all of its campaigns have proved to meet this requirement. Last month’s Victoria’s Secret’s campaign featuring the ad “The perfect body” came under fire!   The campaign which advertised bras form the “Body” lingerie line, was launched in … Continue reading

Victoria's Secret Sparks Outrage With 'Perfect Body' Campaign

Victoria's Secret Sparks Outrage With 'Perfect Body' Campaign


Business Insider Australia

Victoria's Secret is under fire for a new ad...

ACLU to launch nationwide voting rights...

ACLU to launch nationwide voting rights...

by @ msnbc.com Latest Headlines

The ACLU’s ‘Let People Vote’ campaign plans to go to all 50 states promoting voting rights. Joy Reid and ACLU political director Faiz Shakir discuss.

Victoria's Secret Perfect 'Body' ad sparks backlash with #iamperfect

Victoria's Secret Perfect 'Body' ad sparks backlash with #iamperfect


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The advertisement, which features the words "The Perfect 'Body'" over a photo of supermodels, has sparked a U.K. Change.org petition.

From “Flaws” to Freedom: How Yoga Led a Budding Feminist on the Body Image Journey of a Lifetime

by Melanie @ Feminist Fatale

The following post is an excerpt from Melanie Klein’s complete essay, How Yoga Makes You Pretty: The Beauty Myth, Yoga and Me, featured in the newly released anthology, 21st Century Yoga: Culture, Politics and Practice. “I can’t enjoy how pretty I look if I don’t feel good.” – Bryan Kest I’d spent almost two decades […]

Mixing the Perfect Sales Cocktail

by Guest Writer @ WE magazine for women

Sales can be complicated! Whether you’re a career sales professional or just starting your first sales job, being a good salesperson can be frustrating and complex. Different factors contribute to sales complexity: being able to find the right lucrative opportunity having access to the right resources selling the right product […]

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Thomas Rhett Is Excited to Celebrate Christmas with Kids: Last Year ‘Was Literally Me, My Wife and 2 Dogs’

Thomas Rhett Is Excited to Celebrate Christmas with Kids: Last Year ‘Was Literally Me, My Wife and 2 Dogs’

by Mark Gray @ PEOPLE.com

Thomas Rhett has belted out a lot of songs in his career, but his newest single “Life Changes” is probably the most apropos.

On Aug. 12, he and his wife Lauren Akins welcomed daughter Ada James. Just a few months prior, the couple adopted their daughter, Willa Gray, now 22-months-old.

How’s that for life changes?

“Last Christmas it was literally me and my wife and two dogs, and this Christmas is going to be my wife, two dogs and two kids,” he told PEOPLE at the iHeartRadio music festival in Las Vegas on Saturday. “I would say that’s the most massive change on the planet.”

“It’s hard,” he said of juggling new fatherhood (times two!) and touring,”but Lauren has been so amazing.”

In fact, his wife flew to Los Angeles on Friday with the children to surprise him during his show at The Greek, which he says “is not an easy flight with two kids under 2.”

Like we said, life changes.

RELATED VIDEO: Thomas Rhett ‘Taking It One Day at a Time’ When Balancing Work and Family: There’s Never a ‘Perfect Time’ to Have Kids

“I meet people in meet and greet and people will say, ‘I know that that story is your story, but I kind of replace things that happen in my life and sing the chorus and it makes sense for all of us,'” Rhett said. “That’s one the things I thrive on as a songwriter is trying to make it as personal as I can and have it relate to as many people as humanly possible.”


How Ikea generated WOM through its Facebook Campaigns

by GiuliaMontagnaro @ My E-Marketing Blog

Ikea is always able to generate world of mouth through its original Facebook campaigns. IKEA’S FACEBOOK SHOWROOM FOR IT’S MALMO  NEW STORE To promote the new store, Ikea set up a Facebook account for its manager Gordon Gustavsson that started uploading photos of different showrooms. He uploaded 12 pictures of showrooms to his photo album in … Continue reading

Webinar: Contextual targeting masterclass

by Grapeshot @ Digiday

Join Nicole Brodeur, Grapeshot director of account management and Aruna Paramasivam L’Oreal’s data acquisition and partner manager to find out how to optimize your campaign performance, increase scale and increase precision targeting. Sponsored by Grapeshot.

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Donate Life America Campaign Pitch

by Emily Barber @ Ohio University Strategic Social Media

“You never think it will happen to you.” This mindset gives us the courage to take risks, but it can also prevent us from taking action. Organ donation is a tough subject to approach, but what if we changed that? What if audiences of Donate Life knew exactly why organ donation was important and how […]

Tom Brady Seen Linking Arms with Teammates During the National Anthem Following Trump’s Controversial Comments

Tom Brady Seen Linking Arms with Teammates During the National Anthem Following Trump’s Controversial Comments

by Maria Pasquini @ PEOPLE.com

Tom Brady was seen linking arms with his New England Patriots teammates during the national anthem at their Sunday afternoon game against the Houston Texans.

Patriots reporter for the Providence Journal Mark Daniels also noted that lots of defensive players chose to take a knee.

On Sunday morning, Brady subtly showed his support for the NFL players’ protest following Donald Trump’s recent comments about how professional athletes like Colin Kaepernick — who have chosen to protest the national anthem by taking a knee — should be fired.

Brady posted a picture of him and his teammate James White captioned, “Strength. Passion. Love. Brotherhood. Team. Unity. Commitment. Dedication. Determination. Respect. Loyalty. Work.”

Brady also commented on a photo posted by Aaron Rogers — which featured the Green Bay Packers quarterback kneeling with other players — with a flexing arm emoji.

Brady said last October that he considers Trump a friend.

The two met in 2002 — just as Brady claimed his first Super Bowl title, reports CBS Sports. He was hired by Trump’s organization as a judge on the Miss USA pageant, and the two have remained supportive of one another through the years.

“I met him probably 15, 16 years ago,” Brady said of Trump. “We’ve played golf together many, many times and I’ve always had a good time with him. He’s been a friend of mine.”

RELATED VIDEO: Watch: Natasha Stoynoff Breaks Silence, Accuses Donald Trump of Sexual Attack

During a rally speech in Alabama on Friday, Trump stated, “Wouldn’t you love to see one of these NFL owners, when somebody disrespects our flag, say, ‘Get that son of a b–ch off the field right now. Out, you’re fired.’”

He followed this up by pouring more gasoline on the fire with a series of tweets. “If a player wants the privilege of making millions of dollars in the NFL, or other leagues, he or she should not be allowed to disrespect…our Great American Flag (or Country) and should stand for the National Anthem,” he wrote. “If not, YOU’RE FIRED. Find something else to do!”

Numerous celebrities — including Stevie Wonder, Diddy and Uzo Aduba — have also joined in standing behind the players, using the #TakeAKnee hashtag on social media.

On Sunday, multiple players on both the Baltimore Ravens and Jacksonville Jaguars took a knee during the national anthem during a game in London. Others, including coaches, linked arms on the sideline in solidarity.

New England Patriots owner Robert Craft, who is considered an ally of Trump and even gave him a Super Bowl LI ring, issued a statement on Sunday about how he was “disappointed” in the president.

“I am deeply disappointed by the tone of the comments made by the President on Friday,” Kraft said.  “I am proud to be associated with so many players who make such tremendous contributions in positively impacting our communities.”

“Their efforts, both on and off the field, help bring people together and make our community stronger. There is no greater unifier in this country than sports, and unfortunately, nothing more divisive than politics,” he continued. “I think our political leaders could learn a lot from the lessons of teamwork and the importance of working together toward a common goal. Our players are intelligent, thoughtful and care deeply about our community and I support their right to peacefully affect social change and raise awareness in a manner that they feel is most impactful.”

 


VICTORIA'S SECRET LOVE MY BODY CAMPAIGN VS DOVE CAMPAIGN FOR REAL BEAUTY - WE magazine for women

VICTORIA'S SECRET LOVE MY BODY CAMPAIGN VS DOVE CAMPAIGN FOR REAL BEAUTY - WE magazine for women


WE magazine for women

Woman of a Certain Age, by Marcia Barhydt I recently saw a post on Facebook comparing the models of Victoria’s Secret with the models of the Dove Campaign for Real Beauty. The photos stopped me in my track! If you visit this page, you’ll see what I’m talking about… https://www.facebook.com/WillowWords …

Which soap are you? Dove unveils bottles of body wash to match your body shape

Which soap are you? Dove unveils bottles of body wash to match your body shape


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Dove has released limited-edition “Real Beauty Bottles” in the United Kingdom for its body wash that are shaped like different body shapes - some slender, some round, some curvy, some straight up-and-down.

Dove's Real Beauty Campaign: 10 Years Strong - Platform Magazine

Dove's Real Beauty Campaign: 10 Years Strong - Platform Magazine


Platform Magazine

Posted: March 9, 2015, 2:24 p.m. by Kaitlin Goins. According to DoSomething.org, only 5 percent of women naturally possess the body type often portrayed by Americans in the media. A vast majority (91 percent) of…

Corrie star Dean Fagan announces his engagement with girlfriend

by Bronwyn O Neill @ EVOKE.ie

Coronation Street star Dean Fagan has announced that he popped the question to his long term girlfriend. The soap star asked his girlfriend Louise Pridding to be his wife while they enjoyed a sun holiday in Spain. The pair have been together for a decade and he decided that it was the perfect time to

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Victoria's Secret pulls 'perfect' label

Victoria's Secret pulls 'perfect' label


MSNBC

Victoria's Secret removed the phrase "The Perfect 'Body'" from its new bra campaign, instead opting for a more inclusive tag line.

Dove Self-Esteem Project

Dove Self-Esteem Project


Dove US

Join us to help young people overcome anxiety and understand media influence on body image, improving their body confidence and self-esteem

‘The Death and Life of Marsha P Johnson’, A Documentary On The Pioneering LGBTQ Rights Activist

by wysk @ Women You Should Know®

Marsha P Johnson was one of the icons of the gay rights movement in the 1960s, she, along with her best friend and fellow activist Sylvia Rivera, formed the first trans-rights organization, Street Transvestites Action Revolutionaries (STAR) in 1970. When Marsha’s body was found in the Hudson River in 1992, police called it a suicide […]

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Get your best brow game on, Penneys have you sorted with their new PS..Brow collection!

by Laura Bermingham @ EVOKE.ie

Are you a pencil, powder or gel type of brow girl, or really not sure what you should be doing? No more, Penneys have released a PS.. brow collection to get you to brow perfection. There are a number of different products in all, here’s a breakdown of our favourites and what they do. PS..

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‘Perfect body’ campaign by Victoria’s Secret causes backlash

‘Perfect body’ campaign by Victoria’s Secret causes backlash


New York's PIX11 / WPIX-TV

(PIX11) -- A new campaign launched by Victoria's Secret is causing major backlash.Advertisements for the "perfect body" campaign were first spotted in the United Kingdom. They are meant to promote new lingerie that is the "perfect fit, perfect comfort, [and] perfectly soft.""Definitely far from perfect," said Keri Gans. The nutritionist and author of the book the "The Small Change Diet" also adds that, "I feel that it is leaving too many women not feeling great about how they look, because basically that perfect body is not achievable."

Victoria’s Secret quietly changes campaign tagline after online backlash

Victoria’s Secret quietly changes campaign tagline after online backlash


Marketing Interactive

The new tagline is now “A body for every body”. More here.

Fantasy vs Reality, Victoria Secret vs Dove - Women You Should Know

Fantasy vs Reality, Victoria Secret vs Dove - Women You Should Know


Women You Should Know®

In these ads, it's fantasy vs reality, Victoria Secret vs Dove.

Jennifer Lopez Announces She’s Donating $1 Million to Aid Hurricane Relief in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean

Jennifer Lopez Announces She’s Donating $1 Million to Aid Hurricane Relief in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean

by Maria Pasquini @ PEOPLE.com

On Sunday, Jennifer Lopez joined New York governor Andrew Cuomo in a press conference announcing she was donating $1 million from the proceeds of her Las Vegas show to aid hurricane relief in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean.

First in Spanish and then in English, Lopez, 48, shared her announcement in a speech that was live-streamed on Twitter.

“Alex Rodriguez and I, who are both New Yorkers, are utilizing all our resources and relationships in entertainment, sports and business to garner support for Puerto Rican and Caribbean relief efforts,” Lopez said.

In addition to her own personal contribution, Lopez announced that the New York Yankees and the MLB “have both committed to join us in giving a significant contribution to this cause.”

RELATED VIDEO: Watch Jennifer Lopez Tear Up Remembering Her Twins Being Born

Lopez shared that together with her ex-husband Marc Anthony, they were working to spearhead “additional relief efforts” to “rush the relief that our brothers and sisters in Mexico, Puerto Rico and the Caribbean desperately need.”

She announced she was also working with Dallas Mavericks owner and Shark Tank star Mark Cuban and Dallas Mavericks Puerto Rican player J.J. Barea to send over two airplanes filled with supplies and generators to San Juan, Puerto Rico — they’re just waiting for air clearance.

“I’ve been so moved by the initial responses,” she continued. “They have been overwhelming, nobody has said no. Anybody we’ve have called is right there asking what they can do. They’re all very eager to help.”

In her speech, Lopez confirmed that she still has not heard from all of her family members in Puerto Rico.

“My cousin and I and our family still haven’t been able to hear from all of our family over there and we are concerned for them and for everybody on the island,” she said, echoing the news she revealed on Thursday.

“The conditions are dire,” the star told PEOPLE. “We need to do as much as we can to help the people of Puerto Rico.”

In the meantime, Lopez is doing everything she can to help raise awareness and money for Puerto Rico in the aftermath of the devastating storm.

“Jen and Alex are making personal phone calls to their celebrity friends and heads of corporations and asking them to donate either funds, planes or money to get supplies to Puerto Rico,” says a source.

Lopez, Rodriguez and Anthony are among other stars with ties to the island making impassioned pleas for donations and aid. Ricky Martin, “Despacito” singer Daddy Yankee and Rosie Perez are also using their star power to help raise awareness and money.

“What’s on my mind is what’s going on in Puerto Rico. The devastation is beyond belief,” J Lo said in an Instagram post backstage from her Las Vegas residency show. “Me and my cousin still haven’t been able to hear from our families over there.

“What’s foremost on my mind and many others is trying to figure out the best way to help,” she added. “Today, Puerto Rico needs our help. I urge you to support and donate to the efforts of the First Lady of Puerto Rico, Beatriz Areizaga. Together we can help rebuild our island, and the Caribbean.”

with reporting by ELIZABETH LEONARD

Get back into your wedding dress for a Charity Bridal ball this November!

by Claire Murrihy @ EVOKE.ie

Have you ever stared longingly at your old wedding dress, wishing you had another excuse to wear it? Well, now you have the perfect opportunity to feel like a princess again and support an amazing charity at the same time! Sapphire Weddings & Events are delighted to host a Bridal & Pink Tie Charity Ball

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Women Strike Back Against Victoria’s Secret ‘Perfect “Body” ’ Campaign

Women Strike Back Against Victoria’s Secret ‘Perfect “Body” ’ Campaign


TakePart

With their #IAmPerfect movement, three U.K. residents are saying the lingerie brand is body shaming and promoting an unrealistic standard of beauty.

VICTORIA’S SECRET’S ‘PERFECT BODY’

VICTORIA’S SECRET’S ‘PERFECT BODY’


Cambly's Curated Articles

Comment [Thoughts★] Thousands of People Want Victoria’s Secret to Apologize for ‘Perfect Body’ Ad (P1) But can it make a difference? (P2) More than 16,000 people have signed a U.K. petition asking …

BeyondBeauty Campaign Shows Women’s Real Bodies

BeyondBeauty Campaign Shows Women’s Real Bodies


PEOPLE.com

Wear Your Voice magazine asks readers to celebrate more than just the bodies you see in advertisments

Spirit Night kicks off Homecoming week preparations

by Melissa Kwan, Humans of Harker Managing Editor @ Harker Aquila

Spirit Night invited students to paint the finishing touches on their class eagles in preparation for next week’s Homecoming festivities. The event took place today from 3 to 7 p.m. in front of Manzanita. Spirit Club provided pizza, candy and drinks at the event and played music over the loudspeaker. “Everybody came together, and people […]

Victoria’s Real Secret to Its “Perfect Body” Campaign

Victoria’s Real Secret to Its “Perfect Body” Campaign


GCMLP

Written by Kaitlyn Ramsey, Worcester State UniversityMore than any other socio-cultural force, corporate media define one’s body image, which is the idea of what one's body is or should be like....

announcing: yoga + body image, the book!

by Melanie @ Feminist Fatale

Cross-posted from it’s all yoga, baby. Melanie Klein and Anna Guest-Jelley are doing some of the most important work in the yoga community. Both women are committed to writing about the complicated relationship between yoga, body image and feminism. So it’s natural that they should team up and co-edit a collection of essays exploring this […]

Female backlash over 'disrespectful' Victoria's Secret 'Perfect Body' ad

Female backlash over 'disrespectful' Victoria's Secret 'Perfect Body' ad


1 NEWS NOW

'The Perfect Body' slogan splashed across the campaign has sparked outrage.

Framing of Dove's 'Choose Beautiful' Campaign is a Farce

Framing of Dove's 'Choose Beautiful' Campaign is a Farce


Colorlines

Dove is back with another ad that is supposedly centered around teaching women how to feel beautiful. Miriam Zoila Pérez calls B.S.

Yoga’s 21st Century Facelift & the Myth of the Perfect Ass(ana).

by Melanie @ Feminist Fatale

Originally posted at Elephant Journal. The following post is part of the 21st Century Yoga: Culture, Politics and Practice book club exclusive to elephant journal. It’s based on Melanie Klein’s essay on feminism, yoga, body image and the media. In her essay, she distinguishes between the practice of yoga and the culture of yoga, including […]

Victoria's Secret's "Perfect Body" Ad Sparks Controversy

Victoria's Secret's "Perfect Body" Ad Sparks Controversy


Shape Magazine

Victoria's Secret's new ad that uses the phrase "perfect body" and shows pictures of the Angels and models has sparked controversy and outrage bringing up topics of body image, confidence, and what real women look like.

Taking Care of the Skin I’m In

by Anastasia @ These Are a Few of My Favorite Things

Being a teenager, acne and breakouts are common. I deal with a lot of stress and being in sports, I sweat a lot. As a teenager, and I hope that many of you teens out there can relate, but our bodies undergo some pretty big changes in the teen years and our hormones are up … Continue reading Taking Care of the Skin I’m In

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FEMINIST FRIDAY: Tackling Body Shaming In India & Accessories Brand Created By Mexican Artisans

by GirlTalkHQ @ GirlTalkHQ

Welcome to another edition of Feminist Friday, our weekly wrap up where we share a handful of videos we are loving right now. It’s also our way of sharing a […]

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Lane Bryant’s powerful body positive campaign is making Victoria’s Secret look outdated

Lane Bryant’s powerful body positive campaign is making Victoria’s Secret look outdated


Quartz

The success of #ImNoAngel proves honest, empowering marketing is actually good for business.

That campaign against the Victoria's Secret 'perfect body' ad It

That campaign against the Victoria's Secret 'perfect body' ad It


indy100

A campaign to promote a Victoria's Secret lingerie range that critics deemed "unhealthy" and "damaging" appears to have been changed. On its website adverts for the Victoria's Secret bra range "body", which previously read "the perfect body", now say "a body for every body." More than 26,000 people signed a Change.org petition against the campaign, started by three Leeds University students.

Steelers Are a No-Show on Field During National Anthem Following Donald Trump’s NFL Tirade

Steelers Are a No-Show on Field During National Anthem Following Donald Trump’s NFL Tirade

by Stephanie Petit @ PEOPLE.com

As the national anthem played before Sunday’s game, no Pittsburgh Steelers were on the sideline.

The Steelers players stayed in the locker room during the “Star-Spangled Banner” prior to their game against the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field, with only the coaches present on the field. Steelers offensive tackle Alejandro Villanueva, a veteran who served in the army, stood just outside of the tunnel entrance to the field alone with his hand over his heart.

Head coach Mike Tomlin told CBS Sports about the team’s plans before the game.

“We’re not participating in the anthem today, not to be disrespectful to the anthem – to remove ourselves from this circumstance,” he said. “People shouldn’t have to choose. If a guy wants to go about his normal business and participate in the anthem, he shouldn’t be forced to choose sides. If a guy feels the need to do something, he shouldn’t be separated from his teammate who chooses not to.”

Before facing off in London, multiple players on both the Baltimore Ravens and Jacksonville Jaguars took a knee during the national anthem on Sunday.

Jaguars owner Shad Khan, the only minority owner in the NFL, stood and linked arms with players Marcedes Lewis and Telvin Smith.

Tom Brady shared a photo on Instagram Sunday showing him and teammate James White during a game, subtly showing support for the movement.

“Strength. Passion. Love. Brotherhood. Team. Unity. Commitment. Dedication. Determination. Respect. Loyalty. Work,” he captioned the image, adding the hashtag #nflplayer.

Brady also reacted to a photo posted by Aaron Rodgers, which featured the Green Bay Packers quarterback kneeling with other players. The five-time Super Bowl champion commented with a simple arm flexing emoji.

According to ESPN, several Miami Dolphins players donned ‘IMWITHKAP’ shirts ahead of their game against the New York Jets.

In August 2016, San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick made headlines — and sparked a movement — when he took a knee during the national anthem.

“I am not going to stand up to show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses black people and people of color,” Kaepernick said at the time. “To me, this is bigger than football and it would be selfish on my part to look the other way. There are bodies in the street and people getting paid leave and getting away with murder.”

During a rally speech in Alabama on Friday, Trump stated, “Wouldn’t you love to see one of these NFL owners, when somebody disrespects our flag, say, ‘Get that son of a b–ch off the field right now. Out, you’re fired.’”

He followed this up by pouring more gasoline on the fire with a series of tweets. “If a player wants the privilege of making millions of dollars in the NFL, or other leagues, he or she should not be allowed to disrespect…our Great American Flag (or Country) and should stand for the National Anthem,” he wrote. “If not, YOU’RE FIRED. Find something else to do!”

Numerous celebrities — including Diddy — have also joined in standing behind the players, causing a resurgence of the #TakeAKnee hashtag on social media.


“Say Hello to my Little Friend”: Media’s Fear of the Gangster’s BFF

by Allie Turner @ Newvoices Wings

Delia Scari Dressed in a sleek black and white suit, Al Pacino, portraying the gangster, Michael Corleone, casually pulls out a gun in the middle of a diner and shoots drug lord, Sollozzo directly in the forehead. Nobody can deny the polished and cool mastery of Al Pacino’s daunting gangster, of which he has achieved [...]

Metallic totes, saddle bags and floral backpacks, it’s the new season drop from Liberty by Gionni

by Cliona Kelly @ EVOKE.ie

The Liberty by Gionni autumn winter collection is both fashion-forward and affordable. From work totes to off-duty cross bodies, there are lots of fresh looks to choose from with on-trend touches such as hardware detailing, winter floral prints and material mash-up. Add a seasonal spin to your wardrobe with a stylish tote or funky backpack

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Five adverts that tried (or failed) to define women

Five adverts that tried (or failed) to define women


BBC News

Adverts claiming to understand the experiences of modern women can be a risky strategy. Here are five very different campaigns that consumers either loved or hated.

Dove's New Real Beauty Campaign Is Real Awesome

Dove's New Real Beauty Campaign Is Real Awesome


Her Campus

Finally, a company that actually gets it.

Ex-girlfriend of former Boyzone member charged with murdering nanny

by Galen English @ EVOKE.ie

The ex-girlfriend of former Boyzone star Mark Walton has been charged in court today with murdering her au pair. Sabrina Quider was arrested at her upmarket London apartment where police found the badly charred body of her nanny in the back garden. Nanny Sophie Lionnet was looking after her children including a son she had

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Reminder: It’s okay to say no.

by Ellie Jayden @

As somebody who find’s it hard to say no, it is difficult for me to put aside me own needs. Read More →

Brands Promoting Body Diversity In Response To Victoria's Secret "Perfect Body" Campaign

Brands Promoting Body Diversity In Response To Victoria's Secret "Perfect Body" Campaign


GirlTalkHQ

Brands Promoting Body Diversity In Response To Victoria's Secret "Perfect Body" Campaign. JD Williams and Dear Kate have issues the perfect comeback to this

How Yoga Changed My Mind (And My Relationship to My Body)

by Melanie @ Feminist Fatale

This post was originally published at MindBodyGreen. For the women in my family, the body was a sFor the women in my family, the body was a source of anxiety, shame, a measure of discipline and worth – something to fret over, scrutinize, and punish for bad behavior. Food invoked anxiety and fear. Calories were […]

FYI: Ayesha Curry Is The Newest Face Of CoverGirl!

by Perez Hilton @ CocoPerez

What a perfect fit! On Wednesday, Ayesha Curry announced on Instagram she is the newest face of CoverGirl! Being a spokesperson for the beauty brand is extremely important to Stephen Curry's wife, who has grown up using their products! Related: Ayesha Curry Addresses That Controversial Tweet The Ayesha's Home Kitchen star wrote: "My first makeup memory was running down the [...]

Tracee Ellis Ross Reveals Her Ideal Threesome & Admits She's Her Own Style Icon For Vogue's 73 Questions!

by Perez Hilton @ CocoPerez

It's time for Vogue's 73 questions, and luckily for us, Tracee Ellis Ross is the subject!! On Thursday, the glossy released the video of their spitfire interview with the Black-ish actress, in which she describes her ideal threesome: with James Dean and Rihanna! The starlet definitely had that answer on hand! Related: Tracee Is Perfectly Plumed On The [...]

Dove Drives Its Successful 'Real Beauty' Campaign Into a Wall

Dove Drives Its Successful 'Real Beauty' Campaign Into a Wall


Inc.com

Acceptance is one thing. Asking women to visually categorize their bodies is quite another.

Advertisements That Provide Positive Messages for Women | Girls Empowerment Network

Advertisements That Provide Positive Messages for Women | Girls Empowerment Network


Girls Empowerment Network

Contributed by: Hayley Sureck   According to CNN, Americans spend an average of about ten hours a day on the internet or watching television. During this period of time, we are subjected to all sorts of advertisements. It is up to the company placing the ad as to what kind of message they want to portray. Here, we have selected five advertisements that celebrate the power of women.   Dove - https://www.dove.com/us/en/stories/campaigns.html   Rather than having just one theme, Dove’s campaign focuses on a variety of messages. We love the fact that self-esteem is directly addressed in one of their campaigns. With social media largely influencing what society deems ‘the perfect body’,  there has been a major increase in the amount of girls and women who experience low self-esteem. With this in mind, seeing this successful company selling their products by using girls with diverse body-types is a great way to challenge this 'perfect body' idea.   Another awesome Dove

Body Shaming Advertising Campaigns. When will it end!?

by Ellie Jayden @ dove real beauty campaign

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Women Strike Back Against Victoria’s Secret ‘Perfect “Body” ’ Campaign

Women Strike Back Against Victoria’s Secret ‘Perfect “Body” ’ Campaign


TakePart

With their #IAmPerfect movement, three U.K. residents are saying the lingerie brand is body shaming and promoting an unrealistic standard of beauty.

Video: Photobooth of Change, Body Image Edition

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Originally create for and posted at Proud2Bme.org.   By Melanie Klein–My students and I talked back to mainstream media by creating our own  messages. We let them know that we’re fed up with what we’re being given and told them what we want. Sometimes anger can spark real change, especially when it gets us to […]

The Perfect Body

The Perfect Body


KIS Today

The following article was written by Jean G10. Advertisements. We’ve all seen them, they’re everywhere. They’re on the big billboards seen by many drivers, on the buses that drive through the city,…

Artificial Insemination, Pleasure and Reproduction

Artificial Insemination, Pleasure and Reproduction

by noreply@blogger.com (Mikaela Hagen) @ Culture, Medicine and Body


Artificial insemination is relatively common today for single women or lesbians. In the dramatic television series “The L Word” the lesbian couple, Bette and Tina, decide to use this procedure to have a baby together. After much consideration they have chosen to use their friend’s sperm in order to have their own biological child, instead of seeking adoption. The most common method of artificial insemination in referred to as intracervical insemination, which mimics male and female sexual intercourse. For instance, the sperm is injected by a syringe into the cervix compare to the sperm is injected in the cervix pathway by a penis. The replication of sex can be done with the assistance of doctor, but also in the home. Bette and Tina decide to do this procedure after a sexual night together; it is referred to as intravaginal insemination when taking place outside of a doctor’s office. In this excerpt from the episode “Let’s Do It!” of “The L Word” Bette and Tina have their own syringe of their friends sperm and insert it after a intimate night together, later you see Tina with her legs together making sure that the sperm has reached the inside of the cervix in order to impregnate her. These scenes illustrate two sides of intravaginal insemination; first a steamy sex scene by Bette and Tina to open up the cervix for sperm followed by a scene where Tina is trying with all her might to make sure that the sperm has reached its destination, the second scene representing the trials and tribulations of not having a penis handy for impregnating Tina.

“New Science, One Flesh” illustrates the theories behind pleasure and reproduction and the necessity for (or lack of) female orgasm. Columbus argues that the clitoris is the site of a women’s pleasure and that this is similar to how pleasure is exerted by the male penis—through sperm (66). He states, “…without these protuberances [the clitoris] which I have faithfully described to you earlier, women would neither experience delight in venereal embraces nor conceive any fetuses (66). However other claims argue that female orgasm is not necessary for conception, “the so-called female seed was essentially irrelevant to conception and that female orgasm was still more irrelevant…women purportedly told him [Giles of Rome] that they had conceived without emission and presumably orgasm (67).” As our studies show today and the author points out it is pretty evident that women do not need to reach orgasm in order to conceive and women who do not orgasm can still conceive (67). For Bette and Tina they emphasis in the this episode that the sexual interaction was crucial to their experience however Tina with her legs in the air trying to make sure the sperm gets to its reproductive home shows that orgasm was not necessary for her to get pregnant it was a matter of biology.

In the section ‘Orgasim and Conception’ from “New Science, One Flesh” Lacquer presents again the idea that the “sperm” of the female serves no purpose except to assist in the please making process. Laquer presents Lemnius’ point of view where “woman’s womb is not simply ‘hired by men’ (99).” In The L Word it is portrayed that the lesbian couple is actually hiring the male sperm to serve their needs. The fact that Bette and Tina share “delight and concussion” does not infer that they will conceive a child because they do not have the sperm inside their bodies however they are able to do so through artificial insemination. However, Bette and Tina also represent “The heat (orgasm) nexus” because they interact sexually in order to open the cervix for the sperm; this was recommended earlier in the episode when they were visiting the doctor.

In the introduction to the episode (I was unable to find a link to this portion) the doctor recommends that Bette pleasure Tina in order to have a better success rate with insemination because they were having problems with getting pregnant. Laquer states that:

“Since the statistical analysis of conception has evolved only very recently, and since doing nothing therapeutically has a remarkable chance of success in curing infertility, it seems probably that almost any advice Renaissance healers happened to give their patients regarding sexual heat and please must have appeared to work often enough to confirm the model on which it was based (Laquer 100).”

After this episode Tina does get pregnant using this method of insemination therefore reiterating the point that although there really is not inherent connection to orgasms and reproduction it happens in correlation often enough that it becomes engrained in reproductive knowledge like it did during the Renaissance. Many of the notions from the history of reproductive theories are actually reiterated in this episode of The L Word and artificial insemination; “To produce sufficient heat in women, talk and teasing were regarded as a good beginning (Laquer 100).” Hence, the episode illustrates the foreplay prior to inserting the semen using a syringe by Bette.

Although medical knowledge has changed drastically pertaining to women’s reproductive ability and the relation with orgasm. I found that this episode reiterates the historical notions of being able to conceive. However, I do believe that these past medical leaders would have scoffed at the idea of lesbians being able to conceive a child and the method of artificial insemination.

Dove’s Real Beauty campaign’s success

by GiuliaMontagnaro @ My E-Marketing Blog

While i was writing my previous post about how Victoria’s secret’s generated negative buzz from its “The perfect body” campaign, I immediately started thinking about a campaign based on completely different ideas: the famous “Real Beauty”  campaign launched by Dove some years ago. Dove’s campaign’s aim was to celebrate women’s natural beauty and to make … Continue reading

Dialectic: Confederate Monuments

by Eric Fang @ Harker Aquila

In our recurring Dialectics, two authors with contrasting viewpoints will discuss an issue of prominence in the local or broader community. We hope to use these multiple views to provoke deeper thought among the student body and help readers explore new perspectives. To some, Confederate monuments are memorials to a proud heritage and remembrance of […]

Victoria’s Secret ‘Perfect Body’ Campaign is Not a Perfect Fit

Victoria’s Secret ‘Perfect Body’ Campaign is Not a Perfect Fit


Ohio University Strategic Social Media

  By: Kate Kendall Victoria’s Secret is well known for their beautiful lingerie and world renowned models, however, in October 2014, Victoria’s Secret became known for a campaign that renewed …

Brothers Drake #EntertainWithMEAD

by jillianbarcia @ Ohio University Strategic Social Media

Through our Social Media Campaign Proposal, the primary goal is to increase the bond between Brothers Drake Meadery and the community, as well as the consumers around them. Brothers Drake Meadery cares about the community in Columbus, and wants to give back to them the freshest mead made from locally grown ingredients. With hopes of […]

Victoria Secret Perfect Body Campaign Sparks Online Outcry

Victoria Secret Perfect Body Campaign Sparks Online Outcry


EVOKE.ie

The Victoria Secret Perfect Body campaign has sparked outrage online for its promotion of unrealistic and unnatural body types

Evolution of perfect beauty campaigns

Evolution of perfect beauty campaigns


Harker Aquila

Today, photoshopping is the norm. Size zero is the size to be, and a thigh gap is the best accessory for a mini-skirt. Long story short, we live in a world where the standard for women’s beauty is unrealistic and unattainable. Values like these are only reinforced by the media– celebrities undergoing massive plastic surgery...

About Dove

About Dove


Dove US

Find out more about our vision to help make beauty a source of confidence, not anxiety, here.

Final Pitch Presentation: Level One Bar & Arcade

by ar223612 @ Ohio University Strategic Social Media

In order to celebrate Level One Bar & Arcade’s one year anniversary, we plan on executing a multi-step social media marketing campaign throughout the three months leading up to the celebration (mid September 2016). Starting in June, we intend to slowly roll out announcements for the weekend-long celebration across existing Level One social media accounts. […]

Victoria's Secret 'Perfect Body' ad stirs backlash

Victoria's Secret 'Perfect Body' ad stirs backlash


chicagotribune.com

Victoria's Secret has inspired an online petition drive and social media backlash with its "Perfect Body" ad depicting celery-slim underwear models.

Could this Penneys palette at less than half the price rival the SoSu Hot Fire Palette?

by Bronwyn O Neill @ EVOKE.ie

If you didn’t manage to get your hands on the SoSu Hot Fire Palette, don’t worry because we may have the solution for you. Of course, the SoSu palette was sought after, as it contained the perfect autumn shades. Unsurprisingly, it’s sold out nationwide. We searched high and low to find a palette that we

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Influencer marketing is growing up with tighter contracts

by Yuyu Chen @ Digiday

Multiple influencer agencies have updated their brand contracts to add clarity to social stars' rights and advertisers' campaign requirements.

The post Influencer marketing is growing up with tighter contracts appeared first on Digiday.

#KeysToColumbus

by alexandriaschell @ Ohio University Strategic Social Media

Our campaign is centered on a new Twitter account, @JoinUSColumbus, and a new hashtag, #KeystoColumbus. The overarching goal of the campaign is to increase awareness of the Certified Tourism Ambassador program in Columbus, while the more specific objective is to obtain 3,000 followers on the new Twitter account. We aim to reach 3,000 followers for […]

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