It is time for the sports world to embrace women with talent and knowledge as fans and personalities.
We sat through an array of diarrhea-related pharmaceutical spots, “aww”ed over wiener dogs in bun costumes and questioned that “Super Bowl babies” claim—and we can say confidently that this year’s selection of Super […]
The National Football League attracted much unwanted attention last year surrounding the issue of domestic violence in its ranks. When the now-infamous Ray Rice elevator video went viral, the embarrassing […]
We will see a historic ad today during the Super Bowl. A 60-second ad to end domestic violence, from the “No More” public service campaign, will play for audiences in […]
As the world pauses for Super Bowl Sunday, the Ms. Blog can’t help but also mention some non-sporting issues facing the National Football League: particularly domestic violence and its relationship […]
You’ve probably heard of the Bechdel Test for judging movies, which has become increasingly popular and well-known since it was put forth by cartoonist/graphic novelist Alison Bechdel in 1985. Now, the Tarrant test is here to judge ads.
Super Bowl advertisers seemed to up the ante in coming up with the most sexist spots possible this year. Here are the most egregiously wrong ads that aired.
Rape, Steubenville and social media are already inextricably linked. A question remains: What ending will be etched digitally into history?