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Weight Watchers criticised for linking weight and sex life with 'mood lightbulbs'

A marketing stunt from diet lords Weight Watchers backfired when "mood lightbulbs" sent to Australian female journalists seemed to make a comparison between a woman's weight and her ability to enjoy sex.  It's the first campaign to focus on sex for the brand, and judging by reactions to the "gift," it all feels a bit gross.   SEE ALSO: This fat activism coloring book celebrates the bodies society won't The Guardian's Bridie Jabour was first to photograph and tweet about the lightbulb sent to her desk, asking the rather fair question, "How many people thought this was an okay idea…" and adding, "It's just so nasty, invoking most intimate/vulnerable moments.
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