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No matter how hard we try, sexism is still fairly mainstream.
The most recent culprit – and no stranger to controversy – is clothing giant Gap’s new campaign images for children's wear.
In April Gap had been forced to issue a statement defending an advert which was widely criticised as being “passively” racist in its portrayal of a black female model.
It appears to be in hot water again.
On Sunday psychologist duo Andrew and Sabrina noticed something strange about a promotional email Gap UK was sending around:
indy100 has contacted Gap UK for comment.
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