Council of Paris approves citywide ban of sexist outdoor advertisements

  • Sexism will no longer sell in Paris.
  • On Tuesday, the Council of Paris voted for a citywide advertising contract that will ban “sexist and discriminatory” ads, according to Business Insider
  • Starting Nov. 20, 2017, outdoor advertising company JCDecaux will face a moratorium on campaigns that propagate sexist, homophobic, ageist, ethnic and religious discrimination, along with “degrading” or “dehumanizing” depictions of people and “images that adversely affect human dignity.” Read more. (3/29/2017 5:01 PM)