Category Archives: marketing

  1. Everyday Misogyny: What’s wrong with Air New Zealand’s Swimsuit Safety Video?


    1 March 2014 by thaliakr

    objectification of women, Air New Zealand's sexist safety video, everyday sexism, feminist parenting, #sexisminparadise, sexism in paradise, Advertising Standards Authority complaint process

    Update: I’ve been getting my complain on! For my early correspondence with Air New Zealand and the Advertising Standards Authority, …
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  2. When Words Fail [Guest]


    23 November 2013 by thaliakr

    pinkification, pink stinks, gendered toys, feminist parenting, Christian parenting

    Alex, mother of two, possessor of a doctorate in literature and an extensive music collection, and my main source of …
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  3. Toys for Future Engineers #2: GoldieBlox


    4 July 2013 by thaliakr

    In a pleasingly familiar story, Debbie Sterling, a Stanford engineer, wants to introduce girls to the world of engineering. She’s …
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  4. Is This Toy For Girls or Boys?


    8 May 2013 by thaliakr

    Thanks to A Mighty Girl’s Facebook feed for this contribution to the saga of retailers insisting on labelling toys for …
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