More Tampax ads:
Ad Aug 1965 -
actress Susan Dey ad,
1970 - gymnast Mary
Lou Retton ad, 1986 - ad "Are you sure I'll
still be a virgin?" Feb. 1990 - ad
(British, nude) 1992
- Tampax sign
(World War II) - ad,
British, 1994 (the thong advantage)
more Tampax items: American ad from
August 1965 -
nudity in an ad: May
1992 (United Kingdom) - a sign advertising
Tampax during World War II - the original patent - an instruction sheet
from the 1930s
See a Modess True
or False? ad in The American Girl
magazine, January 1947, and actress Carol Lynley in
"How Shall I Tell My Daughter" booklet ad
(1955) - Modess . . .
. because ads (many dates).
Tampax menstrual tampon ad, U.K., May 1992
Tampax advertising, especially
in Britain, has come a long way
from the first ad of 1936 (maybe this one).
is nonexistent in American
menstrual hygiene advertising.
Heaven forbid that someone should
link menstruation with a nude
woman! European advertising has
associated the two for decades.
See some humorous
tampon ads from Britain.
Again, the British display a
better sense of humor about
menstruation than the Americans
and many other peoples.
This two-page ad - the strange
breaks in the headline mark the
edges of the pages, an artifact of
the design process - is from May
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