Last year, Lufthansa had to pull a sexist postal advertising campaign (sorry the article is in German). Today on my way home, my jaw literally dropped when I saw the following advert:
Sun for mummy, savings for daddy, stracciatella for me.
Today in the UK, Vicky Price’s “marital coercion” defence was laughed out of court, and called a relic of a bygone age. On the other hand, here is an advert that assumes a woman’s place is in the home. Is Lufthansa stuck in the 1950s, or is it Germany?