Sunday, November 15, 2009
Am I the only one who just noticed the ads for the Reebok "EasyTone" shoe, which allegedly produce "better legs and a better butt with every step"? These are running on my health club TV right now.
I did not know that Reebok had written off the feminist market.
You were expecting some bow in the direction of fitness and/or health?
Perhaps Reebok thinks that the "feminist market" no longer exists, if it ever did, given the reaction prominent feminists had to Sarah Palin. All they did was concentrate on her looks, perhaps persuading Reebok they could safely do the same in this campaign.