Elle tackles pay inequality and sexual abuse in challenge to women's feminist attitudes
Three groups of feminists are working with ad agencies to re-imagine the feminist movement for today for the November issue of Elle (on sale from Wednesday) with activity that tackles issues including pay inequality.
Feminist campaigner Jinan Younis has created a flowchart with shocking rape statistics to make women reconsider whether they are a feminist after a recent survey found six in seven women would not describe themselves as feminists.
Other activity includes a ‘I’m a Woman And…’ project that asks women to smash gender stereotypes and ‘Make Them Pay’ creative that encourages women to not hold back from challenging gender pay inequality.
Company: Hearst Magazines
Agencies: Mother, Brave and Wieden + Kennedy
This article was first published on marketingmagazine.co.uk
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