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Since being on this site I have discovered that we all fight stereo-typing of our chosen profession. We all work/study to the highest level of our professional ability. I was professionally offended by the commercial of Danica and the massage therapist. It wasn't funny to me. As a woman their commercials are disturbing, but now godaddy has picked my/our profession.
I have sent a complaint to godaddy.com and I am wondering what everyone else thinks of this portrayal?
Did it bother you? How many of your clients will bring it up? Or was it just advertising?
THIS THREAD IS NOW CLOSED TO DISCUSSION. THE FINAL DATE OF THE PETITION IS FEBRUARY 15, 2010. THANK YOU TO EVERYONE THAT PARTICIPATED.
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We are a wonderfully diverse group. It is okay with you if that is how MT's are portrayed? Bimbos? My bet is that a few female officers and broadcasters complained when godaddy used their profession.
Crystal Dawn Suovanen said:You can watch it here for all of you who didn't catch it:
I personally didn't have a problem with it. It was all in good fun and the previous godaddy girls have been in professions you don't expect. Like a police officer.
I loved when she fell in the pool and the music track skipped. :P