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Blog Galeries des artistes » Infos coquines et insolites » Minou tout doux pour plaire au matou : conformisme et sexisme chez Veet
04.05.2011 11:20:56

Les petits chats sont mignons tout plein avec leurs couleurs pastel, leurs petits nœuds, le décor est rose comme il se doit puisque l’on s’adresse aux filles, les affiches de Lady Chacha et de Twilcat nous plonge dans l’univers des adolescentes, celles qui suivent les modes, dont celle de l’épilation intime, comme cette campagne publicitaire pousse à le faire.

 

 

Pas assez épilée pour le matou ?

 

 

La petite chanson aux rimes pauvres ouh ouh se reprend en cœur et les jeunes filles n’auront plus qu’à suivre au poil près les recommandations : si elles veulent un matou qui les caresse partout, il y a intérêt que leur minou soit tout doux.

Veet est là pour les sauver, alleluia !


Que dit la publicité, que ce soit avec son petit jeu d’épilation de minou ou sa vidéo ? Ton minou, pubis et grandes lèvres sur pattes, doit être lisse et doux, tu dois l’épiler et non le raser (on n’imagine même pas que le soyeux des poils existe), et c’est ainsi que le matou t’appréciera, car l’approbation de la gent masculine, du petit copain, est primordiale (le petit copain, tout autant formaté par l’idée selon laquelle seuls les sexes lisses sont dignes d’intérêt, bien entendu). Les filles, si vous n’épilez pas le minou, aucun garçon ne voudra de vous. Les filles, ce sont les gars qui jugent, vous devez vous conformer à leurs souhaits.


C’est un merveilleux message adressé aux jeunes filles par la marque Veet. Merci Veet d’éduquer ainsi les adolescentes à demander l’aval du petit copain, merci Veet d’indiquer que l’avenir amoureux a pour condition sine qua non l’épilation intégrale.


Si cette campagne publicitaire vous révolte, n’hésitez pas à la dénoncer. Il y a même un lien « contact » sur le site pour que vous puissiez en dire le mal que vous en pensez...



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Commentaires#2 Posté le 30.03.2012 11:21:52 par (1 posts)

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