Jackie gave me the heads up on this latest treat.
It’s a typical food/sex ad.
Women and food. Food and sex. Women and food and sex. Food as pleasure. Women as food.
Victorian women were advised not to be seen eating by their mothers since eating food meant one ingested (and defecated) said edible and this was considered sensual and, goodness knows, a good Victorian girl was not a sensual or sexual creature. Only bad girls had the inner flame of sexuality burning. Food could ignite that passion and cause a good girl to go bad.
Carl’s Junior has played on this age-old Victorian sentiment for quite some time by depicting overly sexed and objectified women as the edible and eating the edible. The bad girl ( as in sexual) for the taking. (Via. Feminist Fatale)
Well sorry hun, sex sales.