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New Weight Watchers Campaign Suggests Fat Women Don't Enjoy Sex As Much As Thin Women

Weight Watchers new WW Black campaign rolled out in Australia with a gift to reporters: a “mood light” lightbulb that you screw in before you screw. The marketing ploy is being criticized for its accompanying ad copy, not because no one would ever stop to change their lightbulb before getting it on. Read more...
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