Kinsey = 8.5/10. Who doesn't love a movie all about sex!?! And gall wasps. And sex! There is much nudity to be seen. If you watch it, make sure you watch all the way to the end past the credits to see footage provided by the real Kinsey Institute of various animals getting it on. It answered my questions about lizards, birds, and porcupines.
What a clever marketing scheme, Dove. So clever that I almost bought into the lie that you cared about the "average woman." But you're literally still selling soap. Their latest spread on the Campaign for Real Beauty called Real Woman Have Curves just pisses me off. Yes, we do have curves. However, the women you chose to represent your campaign are, OMG, a size (hold your breath) SIX instead of a size negative five! Can you believe that? And the oldest one is 26, "WAY past" the body prime that magazines lead us to believe occurs at age 16. Wait a minute! The two darker women are the bigger ones on the spread. Is anyone else offended by that? Maybe the one in the middle is a size 8 instead of 6, pardon me.
Honestly, what percentage of women are as small as the woman on that site? More than the Paris Hilton waifs we see daily in ads, but not many. The "real/average woman" they need to show is 40 years old and a size 18 or so. What? What's that? Oh! You say that showing an average woman wouldn't convince people buy their products? You're probably correct, but don't show me size 6 girls and tell me that this is average and that they are curvy.
The shelves where I shop lead me to believe that I am more the "average." I am within the "normal" range on the BMI scale, but I certainly don't look like those women. And for you those of you out there trying to figure out if you're bigger or smaller than me, I'll give you a clue: I'm 5' 4". You're totally doing it, Kelly. Don't even lie! :)