Babies In Vintage Cigarette Ads. This Is How The Not So Distant Past Looked Like
Not so long ago, babies were used in these vintage cigarette ads and absolutely no one had any problems with it. No one! Some of you may even remember these ads and they might as well have served as the reason why you decided to start smoking. Who knows.
This is not a Mad Men episode, it’s just part of our reality. These things used to be considered the norm in the not so distant past and it’s pretty interesting to see just how much society’s perception can change with each passing decade.
The Stanford School of Medicine shows that people’s views on not smoking and more important, not smoking in the presence of children and babies, is a relatively new concept. Just look at the advertisement industry and what the norm used to be up until the early 90’s.
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Oooh baby, here’s what the stork brought in. It’s spectacular!
What’s your take on how cigarette ads were created in the past? Have any of them made you think about smoking a cigarette? What about introducing babies in these ads? Did you ever think about how weird it looks like now?
Sure, why wouldn’t you give your children some cigarettes to play with. It’s all in the name of fun, isn’t it?