Half of you think this is acceptable public advertisement, half of you don't.
Who is right and why?
well it reminds people how gross-looking fat thighs are, which isn't something you could normally learn just by looking at a fat person (because they'll be wearing clothes)
that might encourage some people to stop throwing their physical health in the garbage for no reason
Who cares? Is it the nudity itself that hurts their feelings or the fact that the models aren't conventionally attractive? Would they react the same if the latter weren't true? Either way, what I find hilarious is that the people who would cry about being offended over this are the same who'll tell SJWs they need thicker skin.
Bottom line: it's just an ad, not porn. Grow up.
Yeah fat acceptance only works because you're only temporarily nude and can then retreat back into your Spanx for the rest of your day.
For nudists being healthy and fit is like the equivalent of wearing nice clothes. It's not a requirement but you feel good doing it. Body acceptance is important of course but showing your body to the world will make you more self conscious no matter how much of a Tumblr SJW you may be.
>Most people are unattractive
>A sect of marketing has now realised this
>Chooses people everyone can plainly see are not the ideal physical specimens
>"Oh my god, they care about everyone, including me!"
>"I'm going to buy their products; they must be ethical."
Quick reminder no bar is too low for advertisers.
That wasn't the point of the pic, anon, the point is she's missing a boob.
I agree with you otherwise. It was more about a clever marketing campaign for profit in the end. They ignore that men get breast cancer, too.
I'm no expert anon but iirc risk is inherited so a lot of women have mastectomies to reduce the risk of cancer; which destroys their boobs and for those who cannot afford expensive reconstruction privately (in countries where this is either unavailable publicly or has huge waiting lists) leaves them flat chested and nipple-less for years.
There is a disproportionate focus on cancer funding for women though.
Does anyone else thing lush products smell like shit? When i have to walk past the shop i struggle to breath, its all so powdery and heavy and makes me heave.
Not surprised to see them jump on thr naked fat women bandwagon
won't show them from the front so it's technically still shaming them, why would the want to show their faces/ugly gunt etc.
rather what they should do is put an actually attractive chubby girl and not support this insane idea that people who let their bodies turn to actual shit rather than carrying a little extra weight deserve to be lied to constantly
the physical contact between the women is also unnecessarily suggestive, asses are clearly being groped in a lewd fashion
I use their shampoo and soap and actually the reason I like them so much is that they don't smell strong?
The stores are obviously reeking because nothing is packaged but after using their products I was struck how they don't smell strongly.
Going back to regular soap or shampoo now is horrible, it's all so overly perfumed.