Sure, just like the goal of ‘Getting Married and Staying Married’ empowers women.
Just how does being a virgin, feeling like a virgin, pretending to be a virgin, having no social life so they remain virgins, being married as kids so their husbands are not deprived of virgins, being honor-killed for not staying virgins, empower women?
Like the vagina whitening cream ad, 18 again ad also implies that women’s chances of improving their spouse’s sex lives improve with this product. What about women’s sex lives? But women are not sexual beings, the only reason why they must work on their various body parts is to ensure happier husbands who might otherwise ‘stray’.
And if virginity empowers women, then women in a country where women’s safety, life and happiness is valued less than their virginity, should be really empowered?
No wonder women’s commissions and Indian society in general seem so concerned about women being ‘mislead’ into losing their virginity or ‘misleading’ men into robbing them of their virginity.
Now supposing they were trying to empower women to work at having better sex lives, then how does lack of experience (real or chemically or surgically induced) make sex better for women?
Do you think this ad empowers women in anyway? How?
I agree with this comment on the You Tube video
Also please come up with innovatives ideas for Hymenoplasty. You can put, say, do Cheap Hymenoplasty and two bottles of ’18 again’ free! lol.. What ever, I love this typical B-grade Advt. ha ha…
Gird Your Loins – Aarti Sethi, Kafila