Jewellery brand Pandora removes 'sexist' advert that asked if women would prefer an iron, an apron or a bracelet under the Christmas tree | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Jewellery brand Pandora removes 'sexist' advert that asked if women would prefer an iron, an apron or a bracelet under the Christmas tree

Jewellery brand Pandora has removed a controversial advert which asks whether women would rather be given an apron or a bracelet for Christmas.

The Danish company was accused of sexism after the campaign was unveiled on billboards at Milan's metro stations over the weekend.

Targeting shoppers buying for the woman in their lives, the advert asks: 'An iron, pyjamas, an apron, a Pandora bracelet. What do you think would make her happy?'

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I don't think that is sexist at all. And any man who doesn't already know the answer to that question does not understand his ladylove! I have, over the years, given Claire an iron, an apron (from Warner brothers) , and jewelry. The latter was the most gratefully received! :)

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lol

z00mcopterdown

they should change it to: a shovel, a jackhammer, or a chainsaw ...

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