Stalking in Society
Stalking is a serious crime that it is often portrayed unrealistically. When stalking is depicted as romantic or comical, or used casually to sell services and merchandise, it can be damaging and hurtful for victims and survivors. Additionally, it can influence our perceptions of stalking, minimizing or trivializing this very dangerous and potentially lethal behavior.
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Birchbox Shipping Email
The email apprising customers that their package has been shipped, reads:
"Want to stalk your box?"
Virgin Produced Website
The contact information at the bottom of the Virgin Produced website says:
"Go ahead...come STALK us"
Adams Outdoor Advertising 'Stalking' Billboard
Is Marshall's Creek 'Stalking' Billboard Eye-Catching or Insulting?
VP of Operational Support & Strategies
Corporate Director of Operations
VP of Corporate Assets and Development
FirstBank Television Commercial: First Date
Porridge Papers Papermill & Letterpress Studio Card
Sugarland "Stuck Like Glue" Music Video
iCitizen Facebook Advertisement
Virgin Mobile Cell Phone Commercial
These two commercials aired in 2011 and were featured on the Virgin Mobile Youtube channel. They have since been taken down.
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