'Draw me a Penis' is a campaign by the Canadian National Film Board that advocates for equality in an unconventional way. Partnering up with advertising agency Rethink, the video comments on the popularity of phallic imagery in public bathrooms and the scarce depiction of drawings of the clitoris. It truly is an interesting and bold way of engaging the topic of inequality.
The campaign also is intended to raise awareness and educate audiences about "female sexual satisfaction, as well as the role of the clitoris." Along with the video, the Canadian National Film Board collaborates with students from Université du Québec à Montréal on a five-minute game called 'Clit-me.' The application encourages users to "experiment with various gestures in-app to figure out how to satisfy a clitoris."
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