Photographist Swaps Genders in Sexist Vintage Advertisements, and Not Every Men will Like It

9. Maybe it was fear in both ways.

The fear of women to spring out of the norm and the fear of the men in accepting a woman’s potential.

10. This truly speaks of how staying in the kitchen all the time must be tiresome physically and mentally.

No specific gender should be entitled to a particular chore, job, etc.

It is very haunting to see such ads did exist in the past and that people actually used it for marketing purpose, it’s such a shame. But then, we have evolved, we’re not the same anymore. This project is so helpful in so many ways to show us the difference in how progressive we are today. Not all faith is lost in humanity and gender equality.

(credit: ELI REZKALLAH) (h/t: indy100)