Life Before Feminism: Elliot and His Charge Dodger, er, Dodge Charger
A blast from the past. Elliot is (inadvertently) DHV-ing out the wazoo! That’s Demonstrating Higher Value, for those not hep to Pickup Artist lingo.
This isn’t, strictly speaking, “life before feminism.” It’s life just as the second wave of feminism was getting going. Indeed, the rather forward women in the ad are essentially Madison Avenue’s version of liberated women.
And this seems to be how most MRAs continue to see feminism today — as an elaborate plot designed to allow bossy, manipulative, “hypergamous” “empowered females” to better exploit hard-working beta men.
The ad is of course insulting to both men and women, but I imagine any MRA viewers who stop by will only see the misandry.
But, hey, it is a pretty cool car.
Posted on November 18, 2012, in $MONEY$, antifeminism, beta males, evil women, hypergamy, life before feminism, misandry, misogyny, PUA, straw feminists and tagged antifeminism, dodge charger, misandry, misogyny, vintage ads, vintage advertisements. Bookmark the permalink. 81 Comments.