These PSA ads by Rhode Island Coalition Against Domestic Violence urge men to speak out about this important social issue.
Images of pieces of meat and a punching bag dressed as a woman are coupled with the copy, "It’s not acceptable to treat a woman like one. Most men agree, but few speak out. Please, be heard. A man’s voice is an effective way to change demeaning societal attitudes towards women."
The ads were created by Bilinki & Groggins, Providence, USA with photography by Michael Indresano, art direction by Tim Needham, copy by Kevin Acciaioli, and creative direction by Kevin Acciaioli and Tim Needham.
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Urging Men to Speak Out on Domestic Abuse
- By: AymanMay 25, 2009