Truck Commercial - FUNNY GIRLS

The reason there aren't more women in truck commercials...

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+10 1. Austin commented 3 years ago

F-ing brilliant ad! Nothing like taking gender stereotypes head on and crushing them. Again and again and again.
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+9 2. thundersnow commented 3 years ago

Ha! She rocks! :D:D
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+4 3. Austin commented 3 years ago

#1 indeed - she rocks. And given that this 'farmer' doesnt look like Yuja Wang but a regular everyday woman it doesnt take a whole lot of imagination to anticipate how the haters are going to hate on this ad - cue the body shaming on the actress, attack on her imagined sexual orientation, her masculine body language, scowly face, or the unpleasent tone of her voice. Perhaps she is menstruating and that is why she is so grumpy? Ah - now the ad makes more sense.
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+4 4. sux2bu commented 3 years ago

#3 I can't imagine that many here will see that gal in the negatives that you list. She seems like a good ol' country girl who has her head on straight.
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-1 5. fjwjr commented 3 years ago

#4 I think the negatives listed by #3 are how he sees her. It's always interesting how liberals project their beliefs on to others......
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+1 6. thundersnow commented 3 years ago

Some people, #4 and #5, cannot have a normal conversation without making it into a political issue, a conservative versus liberal one, as if everything always boils down to that, well, it doesn't. Sharing ideas and good conversations goes way beyond conservatism and liberalism, but unfortunately many people around here don't understand that, and as long as they insist to base all opinions and beliefs on that America will continue to be completely polarized. Other countries also have people with conservative and liberal ideas, and that's fine, but nowhere but in the US, have I experienced people who take this to such an extreme in each conversation and base all opinions on just that, and generalize according to that. If you think about it, it is really ridiculous.
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+2 7. Austin commented 3 years ago

#4. sux2bu . Perhaps but you may be surprised. Satirical pieces such as this that speaks truth to power with respect to sexism, prejudice, stereotyping, and gender discrimination are biting, and make people (in this case men) uncomfortable and perhaps angry because they hit to close to home and to some people’s beliefs. The narrator of the vid trotted out a bucketful of worn sexist cliché and memes and while you may not hold such beliefs – a great majority of women, I’d guess 90% or higher, have experienced sexism along these lines at some point in their lives. Push back from some men is inevitable, declaring this to be no longer valid or not accurate, will experience anger and the negatives that I listed are completely predictable and frequent. And it inevitably takes the form of the list that I presented. Rather than think about existing inequality and sexism the response is either anger and/ or a move to delegitimize or dehumanize to messenger – in this case the farmer.
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+3 8. marx0012 commented 3 years ago

hmmmmmm, this chick is more man then I am.............. :'( ;)
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+2 9. Austin commented 3 years ago

And #5 fjwjr. Why so defensive? Could it be that my comments touched too close to home? It would explain the your pedestrian efforts at reverse psychology and the ‘I am rubber you are glue’ defence. Yes, I am disguising my sexist agenda … you got me.

And why is it when people are desperate they resort to the pejorative? stereotyping of people they disagree with as a ‘liberal’. It is like Godwins law but instead of Hitler you are a ‘liberal’. This is such an American retort. So a belief in gender equality, fairness, and non-discrimination etc etc is a negative thing and it is what ‘liberals’ project on to others? Interesting. And this is a bad thing?
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+8 10. sux2bu commented 3 years ago

#6 WTF ! I simply said that I doubted most snotr commenters would categorize the girl in the ways mentioned by Austin, and I think that is correct. She reminds me of the gal who taught me about riding and caring for horses ( and women ) at a stable I worked at long ago. :D
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+2 11. Scotsman50 commented 3 years ago

#3 4 I don't care about anyone's views i would so give her a piece of Scotsman :P:P:P:squirrel::squirrel:
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+1 12. thefox commented 3 years ago

#3. Sounds like you're getting in touch with your feminine side.
In fact, I think it's likely you are a female.
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+1 13. thundersnow commented 3 years ago

#12 He (or she) may just be a very objective person, and he is sure making some good arguments.
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+1 14. Austin commented 3 years ago

12. thefox ‘Sounds like you're getting in touch with your feminine side. In fact, I think it's likely you are a female’.

With all due respect how is my gender in anyway relevant to the issues at hand (i.e. fighting sexism and for gender equality)? These are issues of basic human rights IMHO so men and women have an equal right and stake in them. Also, suggesting that I am female in spite of my profile designation as a male is well stupid and quite frankly revealing about your own positionality – so such concerns are really indicative of a female mind-set? You may want to reflect on your own sexist tendencies. Both sexes have a stake in this - this is not a woman's only issue and people like you, passively holding sexist beliefs and spouting off sexist assertions only allows this the staus quo to continue.
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+1 15. kirkelicious commented 3 years ago

#12 you can be a man without disrespecting women, you know. I do it all the time and my cock did not fly off yet.
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0 16. Austin commented 3 years ago

#15. kirkelicious I completely agree with you. Many men do this all the time. Agreed. And this is where I think #10. sux2bu and I miscommunicated. I never inferred or suggested that he or all of the Snotr community shared such traits or beliefs, in fact Snotr is a self-selecting community and therefore not a good sample size, but I will continue to argue that such positions and push back (i.e the negatives I presented) are in fact prevalent in society writ large and that by reasonable inference some (some) members of the Snotr community may hold such views. Just look at the pushback from #5. Fjwjr and #12. Thefox , calling me a ‘liberal’ and a ‘female’, (both inaccurate BTW) as if this is some sort of coherent counter argument and not what I suspect it is – their passive sexist tendencies or at least insecurities on such matters. Ironically one could even argue their commmets helped to bolster my original argument.. anyway, bottom line is I felt the vid was brilliant in its take on sexism and gender discrimination and these issues are very much a factor in today’s society and perhaps even in the corners of our little Snotr bubble – and we all have a stake in pushing back when encountered. I think we can all agree on that no?
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-1 17. thundersnow commented 3 years ago

Now I have to add my two cents, but it was very clear to me on the #3 comment that it was a description of how "haters" aka as very judgmental individuals or individuals with poor skills of objectivity may view this farm woman, clearly not a view held by #3 himself, that's why the following comments especially by #4 and #5 were confusing to me. I then thought I misunderstood #3's comment, re-read it several times, but still couldn't find a problem with it, yet it was others who misunderstood it. This whole BS about being sexist is going a little too far anyways, it's going right into this whole political correctness stuff, it's annoying, because...and now I'm going to sound very sexist myself...women are almost expected to be offended about every little remark that seems anti-women nowadays. For crying out loud men and women are very different and it should not be an offense to point it out. Women are physically weaker, and they do have a period once a month and they can have masculine traits, which may or may not make them lesbians, but who cares (btw I submitted an excellent video about the differences of a male vs female brain on an emotional level, that was shared with my by a good male friend of mine. I hope it gets posted here on snotr). Anyways we can't treat women like men because they are not men, but they should be treated with respect, but that goes for all human beings. Nothing new. Did I get off topic?(women sometimes lose focus ;))..well, anyways here are my two cents...:)
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0 19. camoga commented 3 years ago

Austin I have a question that I would like your take on it. Why should men and women have equal rights or basic human rights when in nature it is nowhere to be found?
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+2 20. thefox commented 3 years ago

#18. Thanks for the link. Not surprisingly, the article header includes the following line:

"Hilarious skit was made by New Zealand comics from the show Funny Girls"

Anyone who has read the Daily Mail a couple of times will immediately recognise this completely unwarranted use of the word 'hilarious', when in truth this sketch is about as funny as an attack of diarrhoea.
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0 21. Judge-Jake commented 3 years ago

Oh for goodness sake everyone take a chill pill for feck sake you are giving me a headache. :(