Is the fact that Brightstar have dropped Bridgecrowd important ? Will this have a significant impact on the amount of business they can attract ? Also how about lenders ? Might some BC lenders, particularly women, withdraw from the platform as a response to this ? Sorry - too many questions
My concern with the smaller operators such as Bridgecrowd is always platform risk, so I hope this isn't too destabilizing.
I find it inappropriate rather than offensive. The implication that if you have the money the company have a woman who will undo her shirt off for you is....puzzling. Just as if the strap line had been " want something higher" I would have found an image of a semi-erect pen1s inappropriate. ( don't know if the forum word filters will allow that!)
No it wouldn't stop me investing with them, so long as the rates/loans are right.
( yes I'm a woman, no I don't want pictures of D Beckham with socks down his underpants, I haven't watched Poldark since the first series. I prefer to keep the men in my life a bit more fun, realistic and reachable)
I'd never even heard of it save for this kerfuffle, so went to the link . That's probably what they wanted, to attract attention. To be honest I didn't really understand the innuendo. Was she meant to undo more buttons? Was there a gay element? If you are not interested in breasts are you after something lower down ... penises and testicles? Maybe I was reading too much into it. I wasn't reading the blurb about the real product .So I guess it failed. It was kind of dated and 60's ,def not by a a female because the clothing was naff. I dunno who DB was supposed to be selling knickers to.. None I know wears any and hasn't for years.
Corporate "social responsibility" telling us how to think.
If society acted as though there was no difference whatsoever between the sexes there'd be no more children and we'd be wiped out. Fortunately, what we find attractive and what we want to do to attract is inbuilt and cannot be changed.