gender specific advertising. The research found that whilst women

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Marketing plants a poisonous seed in children's brain that they have to grow and be something "macho" (for men) and "domestic" (for women). Marketing is spreading negative gender stereotypes. We have moved back since the 70's with gender specific marketing IN A PROGRESSIVE SOCIETY. It is time we tackle the source of the problem

BAN GENDER SPECIFIC TOY ADVERTISING!!!!
Advertisers give us gender specific advertisements to tell us what it is like to be a man or a woman
The advertiser has ran numerous ads with this slogan targeting specific genders doing different physical activities. Nike had ads that targeted the working woman by showing ads with them jogging through the park while thinking of their daily “To Do List,” as one example of gender specific advertising under the same slogan. This advertisement does not depict a specific gender, but the individual targeted ads are gender specific. Gender specific toy advertising limits prospectsGender specific toy advertising pressures opposing genders to follow a stereotyped lifegender specific advertising, the research itself was characterised by a number of weaknesses
On this side, people think that children can choose what they want to play with, no matter if it is a barbie doll or power rangers toy. Advertisments should not show that a toy is made for a specific gender so that kids from then opposite gender feel presured not to play with them. Gender specific toy advertising presures kids towrds a sterotipic life, and adverstisments like this should be banned.There's this little thing called freedom of speech that was part of what this country was founded on. Of course we can't ban any specific kind of advertising! Besides, there isn't really anything wrong with it. If a boy wants to play with Barbie dolls they are going to whether gender specific advertising exists or not.Gender specific toy advertising pressures opposing genders to follow a stereotyped life. However, we should be allowing boys and girls to choose their own interests instead of having them criticized for expressing and doing what they want to do. With gender neutrality, no pressure forces children toward stereotypes and they can freely do as they please.The advertiser has ran numerous ads with this slogan targeting specific genders doing different physical activities. Nike had ads that targeted the working woman by showing ads with them jogging through the park while thinking of their daily “To Do List,” as one example of gender specific advertising under the same slogan. This advertisement does not depict a specific gender, but the individual targeted ads are gender specific.Some children like the toys they play with because of the colors, but some like their toys because they are toys and they want something to play with.
The reason I think we should not ban gender specific toy advertising is because if you ban gender specific toys, you would have to remove the colors and all the things that make things gender specific. No one would like toys that don't really have colors do they?Gender specific toy advertising pressures opposing genders to follow a stereotyped life. However, we should be allowing boys and girls to choose their own interests instead of having them criticized for expressing and doing what they want to do. With gender neutrality, no pressure forces children toward stereotypes and they can freely do as they please.