Women Clothing Company Uses Naked Men As Props In Their NSFW Ad, And Not Everyone Thinks It’s Right


It’s the template of almost every men’s fashion ad ever to be published; a handsome, sharply-dressed man flouts about glamorous settings while a submissive, fully or nearly naked woman fawns over him. Suistudio, a women’s suit-making company, is turning this tired old trope over on its head with their latest ad campaign, fittingly titled “Not Dressing Men.”

The titular name alludes not only to the fact that Suistudio’s sleek, timeless suits are produced exclusively for women, but also to the use of nude male models in their racy promotional photos. The images show various well-outfitted women in positions of power and dominance, while the men featured act as mere background scenery; as furniture. It’s a clever reversal of the sexist ideologies that seem to plague society at every turn, but it’s not going over well with absolutely everyone.

Some are accusing Suistudio…

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