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D&G have the most bizarre ads, the women seem like an after thought, put there just to placate the breeders.
Nothing says "fashion" like gang rape.
I second UP--What's this? Italian style gang rape?
Please. One tough chick against five manorexics? She'd beat the shit outta those stick figures without breaking a sweat, and then go shopping.
greasy and chauvinist?
This ad was in the Ms. magazine's "No Comment" section last issue.
Gee, how many gay guys does it take to fuck a breeder chick?
Young Italian women live on coffee and cigarettes. This is my personal testimony. A healthy American woman can't even get her legs in a pair of Italian jeans.
Hey Bauhaus...I am a "Healthy American Woman" and I wear Italian Jeans. Oh, unless you are using "healthy" as a euphemism for fat.
Just because the majority of Americans are tubby, doesn't make it "healthy." Judging people for their lack of girth is just as bad as judging people for their preponderance of it.
I would be offended by this but has anyone seen the d & g spread in this month's Pop? It's about 12 pages of beautiful, fully dressed women with whips and floggers and paddles standing over the same skinny, oily men, completely naked and in various states of pain and bondage. Awesome enough to be up on my wall and pretty much clear dolce and gabbana of any sins in my book ever.
Well, they wouldn't be gang-raping her if she weren't asking for it by wearing Dolce & Gabbana...
I'm straight and I can STILL smell the olive oil.
This ad is old news, but still creepy.
The testimony was from a six-month visit to Rome with friends. The women in our party - medium-sized women all - couldn't find any jeans in Rome that would fit. They were far from fat, but they weren't stick figures either. No judgment was intend. Sorry you took it that way.
@9 I mean
Poor dear has fainted and one of the gay gentlemen is checking for a pulse while the other gay men look on. Those gays are so helpful! May God bless them.
This is kind of old, Charles.
katie, amanda revived it.
If it's not the Italian national football team, I don't care.
Yeah the guys in the Ad look totally uninterested, bored and wishing they were at a circuit party with Tina. And I don't mean Turner.
So Italians are made of plastic?
jo spop @10:
Yeah, when it comes to sexual objectification, Dolce & Gabbana are more equal-opportunity than most:
Where's my post? Okay, here's the original pic, plus another. At least D&G are into equal opportunity sexual exploitation:
Okay, there it is! Sorry, jo spot!
My gay boyfriends do this to me all the time.
Isn't this from a year ago, filmed in Spain?
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