Star Member Liberal_in_LA
The female M&M is totally sexualized. The males are not.
Last edited Thu May 17, 2012, 08:25 PM USA/ET - Edit history (1)
see a pic of the female M&M being stalked here: http://blog.sfgate.com/mm...s-female-getting-stalked/
What are kids supposed to think about females and males when they repeatedly see these kinds of narratives? The gender stereotyping in the animated world is extreme and itís damaging in the same way that people finally caught on that it was wrong to use a cartoon camel to sell cigarettes to kids.
Ms. Green is everywhere: on TV, at Party City stores, in toys, games, magazines, and billboards. There is no way to protect our kids from seeing this offensive stereotype. Not to mention itís candy marketed to kids.
Please go to M&Ms Facebook page and ask them to stop sexualizing female M & Ms. Our kids deserve more than to see females depicted in this degrading way.