The Muslim Mayor of London teamed up with feminazis to ban ads in public transport that glorify the female body. Far from uplifting, these are considered "demeaning". Striving for an ideal is "pressurizing" women into unrealistic expectations. But that is the feminazi narrative. For the mayor this is simply an opportunity to bring London into compliance with Islamic morality law.
Backlash to Bikini-Clad Body Leads to Ad Ban on London Tube: https://t.co/SINFZZhsCd via @SputnikInt— Prince Ballarama * (@narayanalaksmi) June 14, 2016
Sadiq Khan, London’s first Muslim mayor, announced Monday that “body shaming” advertisements will no longer be allowed in London’s public transport. “As the father of two teenage girls, I am extremely concerned about this kind of advertising which can demean people, particularly women, and make them ashamed of their bodies. It is high time it came to an end,” Khan said. The mayor added, “Nobody should feel pressurised, while they travel on the Tube or bus, into unrealistic expectations surrounding their bodies and I want to send a clear message to the advertising industry about this.” Khan was not clear in what would determine which ads would be banned, as it doesn’t include all images of people in underwear or swimming clothes.
The petition said, “Protein World is directly targeting individuals, aiming to make them feel physically inferior to the unrealistic body image of the bronzed model, in order to sell their product.”
Recently, advertisements featuring bikini-clad models in the British city of Birmingham were spray painted over. Birmingham has a high Muslim population. (Source)
No one's confidence or body image should be undermined by ads on our transport system. I've strengthened @TfL policy https://t.co/AJ7qYDQW0T— Mayor of London (@MayorofLondon) June 13, 2016