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August 25, 2007


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old ironsides

I dunno.

The blog is about women in the creative community.

Which is great.

I wonder... does it still matter in advertising if an employee is male or female? It mattered in the 60's. But half a century later? Seems like their ideas should matter more than their sex.

But I'm a guy.

So I'm sure I've missed something.

Casey Rand

Hey Old Ironsides. Wow, I've always wanted to say that to someone. While I understand where you're going with that comment, the boob post was not intended to highlight the gender divide in advertising. It was merely a shocking observation of the "does this kind of stuff actually exist?" genre.

But in relation to your comment, yes it does SEEM like ideas should matter more than sex in advertising. However, the truth is that while we are growing in numbers, I can still count the female award-winning creative directors on my five right-hand fingers.

Guys who think like you help though. So thanks for actually not missing anything.

old ironsides

Well then.

I am going to make an assumption.
I'm assuming that since there are very few award-winning female CD's, then that must mean that women aren't being hired into the work force as much as guys.

And as I look around the office, I count 3 creative ladies and... 15 guys.




If they were truly concerned with raising womem's self esteem via kindly benefactors, then there would be information for breast-cancer survivors seeking breast enhancement and reconstructive surgery.

But no dice. I guess the website only cares about making hot girls "hotter."

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