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January 2012
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flavorpill:

Hilariously dated celeb endorsements, at Buzzfeed 

When this ad came out, my mother made me write a 5-paragraph essay about whether  I thought it was okay that Polaroid was advertising a camera using Britney Spears’ belly button ring, and what other ads that month were oversexualizing teenage girls to sell products that had nothing to do with sex or beauty.
That is a true story.

flavorpill:

Hilariously dated celeb endorsements, at Buzzfeed 

When this ad came out, my mother made me write a 5-paragraph essay about whether  I thought it was okay that Polaroid was advertising a camera using Britney Spears’ belly button ring, and what other ads that month were oversexualizing teenage girls to sell products that had nothing to do with sex or beauty.

That is a true story.

January 2012
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marathon-not-a-sprintt:

Back when disney channel made girls feel beautiful instead of joking about eating disorders.

Back before social regression in the face of Fear Culture and its mainstream reversal of acceptable or understood norms of femininity (led largely by Disney, Viacom, and Mattel, js).

January 2012
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December 2011
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October 2011
02

Reblog if you remember when weekends meant Zoog Disney.