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The ASA war on gender means mum gets the power drill and dad goes to Iceland

the asa war on gender means mum gets the power drill and dad goes to iceland
  The Advertising Standards Authority once complained about this site. An advert featuring Page 3 stunna Lucy Pinder was sexist, they alleged. Pinder welcomed readers to Old Mr Anorak’s throbbing..
Anorak

The UK plans to crack down on sexist advertisements

​The Advertising Standards Authority says tougher rules need to be in place to prevent gender stereotyping in commercials. Video provided by Newsy
USATODAY.com Also reported by •Newsy

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News video: Britain Banning Gender Stereotypes In Ads

Britain Banning Gender Stereotypes In Ads 01:09

Britain will set new advertising standards that address portrayals of gender stereotypes for both children and adults.
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News video: UK advertising watchdog cracks down on gender stereotypes

UK advertising watchdog cracks down on gender stereotypes 01:01

LONDON, July 18 (Reuters) Adverts depicting girls as ballerinas alongside boys as rock climbers are likely to become a thing of the past in Britain under new rules set out by the UK’s advertising..
Source: euronews (in English) -

 

Virgin complaint bans Sky broadband ad

The advert claimed Sky broadband was "super reliable", which the Advertising Standards Authority disputed.
BBC News

Sexist ads to be banned by Advertising Standards Authority

sexist ads to be banned by advertising standards authority
Some are the most memorable adverts of all time but ads that portray sexism will be banned.
BBC News

Which adverts drew complaints over sexism?

which adverts drew complaints over sexism?
The Advertising Standards Authority shares some examples of gender stereotyping in adverts.
BBC News

Gender agenda

gender agenda
The Advertising Standards Authority shares some examples of gender stereotyping in adverts.
BBC News

Advertising Standards to get tough on gender stereotypes

advertising standards to get tough on gender stereotypes
Ads showing women cleaning up and men failing at household chores will now be scrutinised.
BBC News Also reported by •BBC Local News

Sexist adverts are banned by the industry watchdog 

sexist adverts are banned by the industry watchdog 
Depictions of women being solely responsible for cooking, cleaning and childcare will disappear. The Advertising Standards Authority argues that the stereotypes limit aspirations.
MailOnline

Brands to face stricter ad rules around gender stereotypes

New rules around gender stereotyping are set to be introduced after a report by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) found advertising affects people’s expectations of how others should “look..
Marketing Week

Britain deserves ‘full fat’ fibre broadband

britain deserves ‘full fat’ fibre broadband
Last week, the government’s £400m Digital Infrastructure Investment fund went live. The fund is only available to support “full-fibre” projects. By this we mean fibre all the way to the..
City A.M.

Femfresh bikini line advert banned for objectifying women

Commercial for Church & Dwight UK brand rebuked by Advertising Standards Agency for featuring models dancing in swimwear and briefs
Independent

UK: Charitable Door-To-Door Collection Bags: Are Your Commercial Participators Complying With The New Guidance? - Withers LLP

Following an Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) decision in 2016 that a charitable collection bag used by a commercial participator was in violation of the Committee of Advertising Practice (CAP)
Mondaq

Exeter mum leads national outcry over Baby Dove breastfeeding...

exeter mum leads national outcry over baby dove breastfeeding...
Skincare brand Baby Dove is being widely criticised for new adverts supporting those who oppose breastfeeding in public. The Advertising Standards Authority has received 110 complaints and the outcry..
Exeter Express and Echo Also reported by •Torquay Herald Express

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