Is Kendall Jenner being assaulted by two men in the announcement of the new Calvin Klein campaign?
In the main image of the campaign, the model appears with two men who give the impression of being forced while she tries to push them away with her arms. The image has caused much controversy on social networks and in the media, as some argue that it is a way of understanding fashion, while others think that it is an apology for mistreatment of women.
For the journalist, fashion critic and sociologist Pedro Mansilla, the campaign does not speak of the mistreatment of women. "Calvin Klein does not advocate mistreatment of women," but "social complaint," he explained to the Spanish newspaper La Vanguardia. "Kendall Jenner doesn't seem to be uncomfortable, if there was violence she would be. The scene emits a lot of glamor and in that atmosphere there is more provocation and play than violence.”
However, the director of the Stop Maltrato organization, Juan Miguel Moreno has a different opinion.
"It does not promote violence, the image is itself violence," Moreno told the same newspaper. "The fact that two men fight over a woman, as if this was a collector's item, is an insult to the female sex, but also the masculine”.
To which he added: "I am a man and I certainly do not feel represented by images like this, no matter how hard they try to make me believe that they have been taken out of context."
What do you think about the campaign?