This article is part of Next Big Futures’ series of articles on advertisers who are trying to be more inclusive and accepting.
Read moreThe ad shown below was bought in February by a woman who described herself as a feminist.
The ad, which has since been removed, showed her on the subway with a young boy and a woman she identified as her boyfriend.
The boy’s name is John and she identifies herself as Jill.
The ad is still available to view, but has been removed by the publisher.
It shows a young woman walking with a child in tow.
The man wearing the man’s hat asks the woman, “Is this John?”
The ad then shows a female in a bikini with a baby on her lap.
The baby, who is wearing a bikini top, is holding a baby, while she is sitting next to the man on the lap.
The man wearing a man’s shirt asks the women, “Are you John?” and they reply, “Yes.”
The ad has been viewed over 5 million times.
The woman who purchased the ad says she did not want it to be seen as sexist.
“I was hoping to promote a cause,” she told Next Big.
“This ad is very feminist, and I hope it will promote a lot of change in the world.”