A Sex Video That Will Surprise You - Girls Going Wild in the Red Light District
Keep watching till the very end. It’s bloody brilliant, not to mention very moving.
Everyone watch this. Please. Amazing and … just…so moving.
the faces the audience makes at the end.
Damn, that’s powerful.
Australian advertising is freaking brilliant.
The bowing down was the best by far.
can this exist in America?
I think this is the third video I have seen with the comment “Australian advertising is brilliant”
Because it is
Oh my god, this is so tremendously beautiful. Everybody should see this.
Irish advertisement against homophobic bullying.
I love this. I want every student to see this - no matter what age.
Can I just say how genuinely this 4 min advert sends a message instead of a 4 sec ad?
SERIOUSLY, JUST STOP WHAT YOU’RE DOING AND WATCH THIS. It’s amazing.
i’ve seen this like, 3 times before and i still cry every single time.
This is beautiful.
Reblogging again because it’s just so beautiful.
this is so cute. Everyone should watch this.
I really started crying. This is the most beautiful thing I’ve ever seen
wtf i started crying
Wow. just wow.
what is it with heartbreaking and heartwearming commercials latrly
There was so much “D’AWWW”ing coming from me.
That almost made me cry…This was beautiful.
The only thing that will make me cry more is when I see this happen IRL, because then it won’t just be a dream, it’ll be a reality.
I believe EVERYONE should watch and understand the meaning/purpose of this video.
“I’ve seen other ads from the ’70s and ’80s, particularly for Tonka trucks, that show girls like this–in clothes that look like they’re actually made for playing instead of making a fashion statement, and playing with toys in the same way boys would, even if it means getting dirty (gasp!). When we see ads that always show girls in pink, playing with “girl” versions of toys, or engaged in passive activities, that’s a particular marketing choice, not some inevitable, obvious way girls need to be depicted to sell products.”
— Gwen Sharpe, Sociological Images
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