In the last couple of years, Australia has seen a rise in a growing number of ads appearing on the internet in the form of sexist and racist messages.
Some of these advertisements are very blatant, some of them contain subtle racism, some are offensive to women, and others are just plain wrong.
What is the problem?
The issue with ads that target women is that the majority of women are targeted for advertising, so advertisers know what they are doing.
Ads are targeted towards women because they are the target demographic.
A woman in the workplace, for example, will be more likely to receive an advert for her products or services.
But even if a woman is not in a workplace, the fact that the advert is targeted towards her can still have an impact.
There are many different types of advertising that target different groups of women, from people buying clothing or accessories to a variety of products, from online dating to personal trainers.
The ads that focus on women are often targeted at those who are less attractive, and the advertisements that target men are often targeting men in their 20s, and young men.
It is not surprising that sexist advertisements are also targeted towards older people.
The Advertising Standards Authority in Australia has said that it takes an average of six seconds to make a sexist advertisement, and that it is a matter of “considerable time, effort and resources” for advertisers to identify, remove and remove sexist advertising.
What can you do?
There are some simple things you can do to help make sure you see less sexist advertisements, and to keep an eye out for sexist ads that are actually targeting women.
The first thing to do is to use a filter, which is a website that allows you to set up a “filter” for ads, which will help you to see the ads that you want to avoid.
This filter will allow you to exclude or ignore ads based on a range of criteria, including the gender of the person targeted.
You can also filter on keywords that might be important to you, such as women, men, or race.
If you are looking for ads for the Australian Chamber of Commerce or the National Union of Students, you can also use a tool called Google AdSense to help you find the ads you are after.
Alternatively, you may be able to filter the ads using the Google Adwords ad-detection tool.
A lot of ads in Australia are targeted at younger women, but many ads also target older women.
It’s important to be aware that the filters may not be up to the mark if you have a high risk of being offended or upset by ads that could be deemed offensive to you.
This can be a real problem if you’re a woman in your 20s or 30s who has a family history of breast cancer or a family member who is.
In addition, the filters can be confusing and you may not understand them all.
So if you do find a sexist ad, it’s important that you take the time to research it, and you don’t be intimidated by it.
If the ads don’t seem to be offensive, you should ask if there are other options available to you and ask for a refund.
The next step is to take action to remove the sexist ads from your ad-blocker software.
Many of these ads can be removed by clicking on the “Remove” button at the top of the screen, and then clicking on “Apply”.
This will take you to a screen where you can remove the ads.
Some ads can only be removed from your browser and cannot be removed completely.
If your ad blocker software isn’t showing ads, you will need to manually remove them from your computer.
Another option is to contact your local advertising agency, which can be found on their website.
The agency may be in a position to assist you with the process.
If it is not an advertising agency that can assist you, you might want to contact the Advertising Standards Agency in Australia.
You may also want to look at the Australian Federal Police website, which provides information on how to file complaints about sexist advertisements.
The Federal Government has also launched a website to help people find out about advertising in Australia, and how to contact them.
In the meantime, if you find a ad on your computer or mobile phone that you think is sexist, you’re welcome to share it with your friends and family.
If they find it offensive, then they can delete it and if they don’t, they will not be liable for anything you’ve done.
The Australian Advertising Standards Association has more information on what you can and cannot do with sexist advertising, including how to report sexist advertising to the authorities.