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A Nigerian model in a racially insensitive advertisement for soap company Dove is defending the original vision for the commercial, which features a series of women of different races removing nude T-shirts and turning into one another. Critics have slammed the campaign , saying that it promotes the harmful and racist idea that lighter complexions are the ideal standard of beauty. Dove, which is owned by Dutch-British transnational consumer goods company Unilever, apologized and removed the campaign, saying that it "missed the mark in representing women of color thoughtfully. Ogunyemi said that as a dark-skinned woman she is well aware that society has historically valued light skin and the negative impacts that can have on young women, including herself. Initially, Ogunyemi said she "loved" the first Facebook ads, but she said she was quickly "overwhelmed" by the calls to boycott. She said she understands why the snapshots of the campaign can be "misinterpreted," but said the outcry lacked context.

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So why has the campaign, whose major innovation was to use ads that featured real women rather than airbrushed models or celebrity spokespersons, sparked so much controversy? This message was delivered through a variety of communication means, including TV commercials, magazine spreads, talk shows, and a worldwide conversation via the Internet. Despite the immense popularity and commercial success of the campaign, it has also been subject to much criticism. How many of the ads you enjoy or at least tolerate actually reinforce stereotypes , or contribute to lowered self-esteem?