Can we please stop talking about Peloton’s ad?

Can we please stop talking about Peloton's ad?

Can We Please Stop Talking About Peloton's Ad?

Can We Please Stop Talking About Peloton's Ad?

( CNN) In the past week, a faux controversy has erupted surrounding the Peloton holiday ad, which depicts a husband gifting his already thin wife a Peloton stationary bike. She’s thrilled and timidly hops on with a cautious face that’s been the inspiration for countless memes and tweets since the video went viral.

Critics have bashed the ad, claiming it’s sexist, relies on marital stereotypes and may even depict spousal abuse. Some people are so angry, and the actor who portrayed the spouse shared his concerns about auditioning for commercials in the future, saying he’s been called “a symbol of the patriarchy.” The “Peloton wife, ” as she’s been dubbed, is responding as well. Monica Ruiz saysshe was shocked and overwhelmed by the attention, especially the negative.
Have we really hitting such a low point that performers who were likely thrilled to land a paying undertaking receive hurtfuldirect messages on social media over how some perceived the ad? I guess some people on the internet have forgotten performers are paid to act.

Can We Please Stop Talking About Peloton's Ad?
Can We Please Stop Talking About Peloton's Ad?
Can We Please Stop Talking About Peloton's Ad?
Can We Please Stop Talking About Peloton's Ad?
Can We Please Stop Talking About Peloton's Ad?

Can We Please Stop Talking About Peloton's Ad?

Can We Please Stop Talking About Peloton's Ad?

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