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Ad executive Madonna Badger created a new video “We Are#‎WomenNotObjects” to raise awareness about ads that objectify women.

Badger, a well-known ad executive who lost her three young daughters and parents on Christmas morning in 2011 when Ms. Badger’s 19th-century Victorian home in Connecticut caught fire.

In an effort to honor her children, Ms. Badger says she is trying to shine a light on how this type of sexist advertising is harmful to young women and can undermine their self-esteem and self-confidence.

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