Woman, know your place: sexist advertising posters of the mid-20th century

Woman, know your place: sexist advertising posters of the mid-20th century

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The tide of universal insanity on equality and feminism is not felt so strongly in our country, but the waves are splashing over the edge across the ocean. Obviously, Americans are atoning for the sins of the past. Some 50 years ago in the USA, sexism was the norm of life. This is especially noticeable on vintage advertising posters of the middle of the last century. We would try to print them now.

Woman, know your place: sexist advertising posters of the mid-20th century

Woman, know your place: sexist advertising posters of the mid-20th century

"That's how I caught my husband."

Woman, know your place: sexist advertising posters of the mid-20th century

Just a minute, girl, don't rush to kill yourself. Your hair can still be revitalized with Charles Antell shampoo.

Woman, know your place: sexist advertising posters of the mid-20th century

If you have bad breath, you can lose a man in a minute.

Woman, know your place: sexist advertising posters of the mid-20th century

There is nothing sexier than Contact jeans.

Woman, know your place: sexist advertising posters of the mid-20th century

Are you ready for Centaur cologne?

Woman, know your place: sexist advertising posters of the mid-20th century

It's not easy to guess, but this poster advertises men's trousers.

Woman, know your place: sexist advertising posters of the mid-20th century

An advertisement for a baking dish: "A successful marriage begins in the kitchen."

Woman, know your place: sexist advertising posters of the mid-20th century

The original slogan for the promotion of the washing machine and dryer: "My wife Jean is happy, beautiful and pregnant."

Woman, know your place: sexist advertising posters of the mid-20th century

Dorothy Gray Collagen Cream: "Does your husband look younger than you?"

Woman, know your place: sexist advertising posters of the mid-20th century

"A good soda is like a good woman: she won't leave you."

Woman, know your place: sexist advertising posters of the mid-20th century

Having dry, lifeless skin means risking your marriage. To avoid this, use Palmolive soap.

Woman, know your place: sexist advertising posters of the mid-20th century

A similar story. If you do not brush your teeth with Chlorodent paste, then in the morning there will be an unpleasant smell from your mouth, and you will not wait for a decent man.

Woman, know your place: sexist advertising posters of the mid-20th century

Another couple broke up due to the fact that the woman did not follow personal hygiene. It was necessary to use Lysol hygiene product.

Woman, know your place: sexist advertising posters of the mid-20th century

Men are wanted for three young ladies who did not bother to buy an antiperspirant.

Woman, know your place: sexist advertising posters of the mid-20th century

"Married? That's no reason not to wear stockings!"

Woman, know your place: sexist advertising posters of the mid-20th century

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