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Sexist 50's - 60's advertising. . . .

"The harder a wife works, the cuter she looks," Kellogg's Pep for Vitamins Sexist Ad,

Downtrodden: The advertising profession, centered on Madison Avenue, New York in the 1960s was a male-dominated profession which produced adverts like this for female consumers

‘Show her it’s a man’s world’: American adverts from the Mad Men era reveal the shocking sexism upon which brands were built

This ad ran in Playboy for Weyenberg Massagic shoes in What can we make of the slogan? "Keep her where she belongs…?" She belongs naked on the floor admiring your shoes?

He will surely cheat on you if you don't use Listerine.

22 Unbelievably Sexist Ads That Were Actually Used In The Past. The Last One Hit Me So Hard - Dose - Your Daily Dose of Amazing

There's never a good reason to neglect stockings.

- No reason to neglect stockings! Husbands admire wives who keep their stockings perfect.

16 Shockingly Sexist Vintage Ads You Won't Believe Existed

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

Vintage ad for Bell & Howell's projection equipment - she certainly has the equipment and it's definitely projecting.

SEXISM in advertising: Sabrina demonstrates her "projection equipment".ad for Bell & Howell slide projector

Sexist Advertising in the Past - World of the Woman

22 Vintage Ads Designed To Keep Women In Their Place. I don't want to believe this was once a real ad.

BE SOMEBODY -- Doctors - Lawyers - Executives - Are Asking Us to SEND THEM SECRETARIES!  (Get top pay!)  My generation, kids -- the glass ceiling was set pretty low.

15 Unbelievably Sexist Adverts From The 1970s

From Progressive Architecture . | 15 Unbelievably Sexist Adverts From The 1970s

15 Unbelievably Sexist Adverts From The 1970s

"Housewife Headache"

'when boredom and emotional fatigue bring on "housewife headache"' - anacin tablets, 1969