We all know advertising is a tough industry, and we know it’s a dirty world we live in. One Instagram account confirms that, again and again, through some pretty powerful posts.
Over the past few years – and mostly during the last one, which aims to redefine world order as we know it – social platforms have given birth to accounts that are actually put to good use. We are all informed of the most important societal issues that eat away our oblivious peace-of-mind and which rattle underlying mental health struggles. Sexual harassment and discrimination take home the prize for that, and @DietMadisonAve is well aware.
While the thread of this unstoppable – thank God (for the victims) – “shitstorm” has started to unwrap within the entertainment industry, “Diet Madison Avenue” is an Instagram account that fights for justice in advertising.
From media headlines, to anonymous submissions and empowering posts, the account touches upon pop culture and personal narrations, not in a shocking manner – after all, what is shocking anymore? – but with the support of an audience of 16K (and growing) people who want this charade to finally stop.
Follow, and tell a friend.
You might also like
More from Lifestyle
LEGO has revealed a new set inspired by Kevin McCallister’s iconic house from the all-time-classic Home Alone movie.
PlayStation 5 sales figures from September have let Sony reclaim its top spot from the Nintendo Switch as the world's …
Fisher-Price is bringing back its beloved Chatter Telephone and enabling it to make and receive real calls with Bluetooth.
Fortnite is taking Fortnitemares 2021 to the next level, hosting Ariana Grande in a spacesuit as the greatest monster-hunting Spacefarer.
Microsoft has turned the Xbox Series X-shaped mini fridge meme into a real appliance that anyone can buy and receive …
Balenciaga celebrated the return to fashion events with an entertaining cartoon representation and a live show that disrupts the norm.