Vaginas debut in television and video ad campaign January 7
In 1948, Modess sanitary napkins shocked American consumers by daring to run what were regarded as overly explicit television commercials.
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#1 Jan 12, 2013
"Vaginas come in all shapes and sizes"? I'm a guy, and only have a passing familiarity with Vaginas compared to their owners, and I knew this. I applaud Kotex U for bringing the discussion of woman's period out from the shadows, there is nothing woman should feel ashamed of. But I am concerned that they may be talking down to their well-informed audience who already know how to separate fact from fiction thanks to common sense, smarts and mothers who grew up in full colour instead of b/w. Or barring that, they know how to spell google.
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