If Christians came out and said the above advert was immoral and should be banned they would be treated with contempt and hatred.  But when a Muslim comes out and says it through political correctness siding with extremist violent feminists to forward a secret muslin extremist agenda then all we can say is the friend of my enemy is my friend. “for now at least”

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(BBC) — As part of his mayoral election manifesto Sadiq Khan pledged to ban adverts promoting “unhealthy or unrealistic” body images.

The advertising watchdog received 378 complaints in 2015 about a weight-loss advert that asked customers if they were “beach body ready?”

Mr Khan has now asked TfL to set up its own advertising steering group

ertising watchdog received 378 complaints in 2015 about a weight-loss advert that asked customers if they were “beach body ready?”

Mr Khan has now asked TfL to set up its own advertising steering group

LONDON’S FIRST MUSLIM MAYOR HAS BANNED ADVERTISEMENTS ON THE PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM THAT FEATURE THIN AND ATTRACTIVE

WOMEN.

Sadiq Khan stated Monday that any image with the ability to cause body positivity issues would be removed from areas throughout the city

.

“No one’s confidence or body image should be undermined by ads on our transport system,” Khan said.

According to the Evening Standard, the new policy “is only expected to affect a handful of the 12,000 adverts a year which run across the network, including at bus shelters and on-street sites.”

The Standard made specific mention of the infamous “Beach Body” ad which outraged feminists late last year.

“An advertisement that encouraged women to get in shape for the summer has been banned by the UK’s Advertising Standards Authority after feminists complained the commercial was an example of ‘fat shaming’ and threatened to bomb the headquarters of the company behind it,”

Khan, who has two daughters of his own, defended the policy by stating that he was extremely concerned by advertising that can “demean people, particularly women, and make them ashamed of their bodies.”

No one’s confidence or body image should be undermined by ads on our transport system. I’ve strengthened @TfL policyhttp://bit.ly/1tlJ8qf 

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Sadiq Khan: There will be no more ‘body shaming’ adverts on the Tube

Adverts which put Londoners under pressure over body image are to be banned from the Tube and bus network. Sadiq Khan announced that Transport for London would no longer run ads which could cause…

“Nobody should feel pressurized, while they travel on the Tube or bus, into unrealistic expectations surrounding their bodies and I want to send a clear message to the advertising industry about this.”

The mayor’s decision received almost entirely negative responses across social media.

@MayorofLondon @cjdtaz @TfL @standardnews who the ever loving fuck are you to say what woman should look like?