The notorious Leslie Phillips sit-com of the 1970s is not quite the sexist atrocity that it has been made out to be.
The lost world of scantily-clad women draped across automobiles at car shows and motor racing events.
Britain currently seems in the grip of a new moral panic over porn – but then, when is Britain ever not in a moral panic over porn? Even so, this week seems especially hysterical.
The valiant attempt by advertisers to make dull and functional tech seem like something that will boost your sex appeal.
Let’s not allow outrage at inappropriate workplace behaviour by an MP to further embolden the moralising opportunists.
Lurid, lecherous and ludicrous – the game marketing pitched at teenage boys in the 1980s and 1990s.
Politicians and campaigners fear that a new branch of the self-declared ‘delightfully tacky’ fast-food chain will bring the sky falling down – but they’re wrong.
The kerfuffle over the famous comedian’s return to UK TV.
A collection of beautiful, outrageous and frankly baffling print adverts for beer from around the world.
The unlikely collision of lager and glamour girls that became a national institution for decades.
The constant implication in superhero films, that women are inherently powerless with their destinies shaped by the actions of men, does not seem a particularly empowering narrative.
The notorious tonic wine’s impressive attempts to appeal to stressed women as a way of coping with the nightmare of running a household.