Many ads use women’s bodies and sexuality to sell stuff, and those ads are undoubtedly sexist and critique deserving. Some businesses take rank misogyny to new edges, using metaphors and offensive assumptions about women. Sexist and provocative ads are sometimes provoking things that really are not what they wanted to provoke.
Since 1954, when it was founded, the international fast food chain Burger King has developed many advertising programs. Most of the advertising strategy aimed to contrast Burger King’s flexibility with McDonald’s known serving rigidity. The Burger King is the main character created as an advertising mascot for the company that has been used in numerous television commercials and advertising programs. The character has gone through several changes over the course of time.
Burger King vintage Ads
Burger King “Modern” Ads
Ads are meant to make an impression, but the impression doesn’t need to be pleasant all the time.