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"This is a new age of brown Filipino, we’ll decide what’s beautiful for ourselves.”
In light of the controversial GlutaMax ad that seems to have presented morenas to be inferior to their lighter-skinned counterparts, social media has never been more alight with discussions on the prejudice that brown-skinned Filipinos are facing on a daily basis, which
'I'm brown, I'm beautiful.'
In case you weren't online this past weekend, here's a recap of what happened in the world of Philippine beauty: GlutaMAX came under fire for their ad, which seemed to assert that Filipinos should whiten their skin in order to be treated
The advertising body released a statement addressing the issue.
After receiving widespread criticism online, skin whitening brand Glutamax has issued an official apology for the alleged discriminatory tone of its "Unfair 'di ba?" campaign. However, a statement released by the Ad Standards Council (ASC) yesterday reveals that the controversial ad materials were
The brand's "Unfair 'di ba?" campaign drew flak over the weekend.
Skin whitening brand GlutaMAX's most recent campaign sparked a resounding negative response for having discriminatory undertones. The ad points out statistical data claiming that people with fair skin are typically treated better by the society as opposed to those with dark skin, and
The internet is NOT having it.
It’s the year 2019, and we’re proud of our morena skin. But apparently, some people haven’t yet gotten the memo. Case in point: Skin whitening brand GlutaMAX's now-viral ad campaign, which is currently under fire as it elicits enraged reactions all over social