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Netizens not happy with Toyota Egypt's Fortuner ad campaign

By Faiming_low on 24 Oct 2018 in Other News, Videos

Attached Image Toyota recently launched its Fortuner in Egypt and is targeting modern men as its main buyers. However, its tagline is drawing flak from netizens.

Criticised as a case of gender discrimination, Toyota Egypt's commercial ends with the punchline, 'Toyota Fortuner… made for men’ and has since garnered no fewer than 3.2 million views on its Facebook page. Many on commented on the view saying that the ad is offensive and sexist.

No official comments have been made by Toyota so far with regards to the uproar.

Watch the video and let us know whether you think the viewers are overreacting.

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Written by Faiming_low
Since young, Fai Ming has always centered his life around cars. In fact his first word was 'car' and not 'mum' or 'dad'. Aren't kids cute?

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Pocus Oct 26 2018 11:33 PM
Volvo: “what? So triggered? They should look at my logo design.. "

MAN:"Hold my beer..."
Turboflat4 Oct 27 2018 04:50 PM
I can tolerate the inherent gender biased nature of the tampon and sanitary pad ads.

But the next time a credit card company does a goddamned "Lady's card" ad (the men don't get it!), we should throw a hissy fit too. Boycott!! Mancott!! :D
Watwheels Oct 29 2018 09:52 AM

Funny no one protest or say it's sexist when an ad or tv show has one or more women wear very little or no clothes at all. Toyota must be puzzled. They should use more naked women in their ads in future.

MQX87511 Dec 09 2018 12:50 PM

Hello! men doesn't only mean male also include female, satisfied ??? 

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