Let me see;
Black people picking cotton, still common today.
Black child with poor communication skills, not only still common but the really bad ones at butchering the language are among the wealthiest Americans now.
Men ask “Is She pretty?” before “Is She clever?”, sounds like today only “Pretty” has been replaced with “Slutty” judging by the preponderance of scummy tattoos and piercings.
A husband marvels at his wife’s energy in spite of how hard She works, that is different today. Women despise being married, caring for children and caring for a home while glorifying how much they can emulate the low life. I think our modern views on this are far more “offensive”.
A Black man who works in a service job marveling at the latest luxury car, judging from most rap videos and much time spent in the “hood” I see no difference today. Except all the luxury cars get outfitted with “20’s” and a better sound system as soon as they leave the lot.
A doctor smoking “Camels” more often than any other cigarette? I doubt that, most of the doctors I know that smoke prefer Menthol’s.
A young wife burns the dinner and is upset that her husband will not get a good meal after working all day so her husband consoles her with a joke to let her know it is alright. That is different today, many young women would never cook for anyone to begin with and they tend to marry losers that would never them help mitigate their errors.
Babies drinking soda, sounds like what I see in every fast food joint if I walk in instead of using the drive through.
The outfits in the Van Heusen ad look no more ridiculous that the garbage styled clothes in the “hip hop” culture today. 30 years from now people will probably think the stuff from our time was a Racist stereotype also, but we will know that these idiots are proud of their pants around their ankles and hats on backwards.
An ad depicting men as far better at outdoor, physical pastimes like sports. Last I checked there is still a “Ladies Tee” at most golf courses and no woman has ever made a MLB team or an NFL team, even the Olympics segregates every event between the genders.
A husband spanking his wife? Seems pretty tame compared to the far more violent and degrading things that most girls eagerly volunteer themselves for even for just boyfriends today.
Babies in Marlboro ads portraying how parents should stop and think a moment before punishing kids and a Marlboro is a fine tobacco for this task? Sounds like good parenting advice and good advice regarding tobacco brands as well.
A car ad about women denting up cars? Sounds like today if the dented fender was replaced with a girl texting right before impact or in a ditch at night with 2 babies in car seats talking to the “Onstar” operator in a panic laced, tearful voice.
Tobacco ad where chicks dig guys who smoke? I have not noticed any difference today.
Wives appreciate appliances that make cooking easier, how is that different than today?
A Christmas gift of the best upright vacuum cleaner on the market at a time when cleaning carpets was a grueling job and canister vacuums were the ineffective norm? Sounds like a thoughtful gift to me that would make any housewife’s life a LOT easier, but I guess a modern girl would never dream of caring for her home to begin with so this is out of date.
A tie ad celebrating the fact that neckties are exclusively a “man” thing? Seems pretty tame compared to any episode of the “Man Show” today.
An ad for a skin care product that appeals to the common desire of most women to have youthful skin? How is this different than today’s skin care commercials that have a mother with flawless skin in a bathrobe holding a naked baby with their skin looking near identical?
A clothing ad for men that portrays his ability to win and tame a wild, attractive woman? This is the theme of every man targeting ad today from beer to hair care products to mints.
A girl in a car ad for an automatic transmission? That is different today, most guys today cannot drive a manual transmission either.
A soap commercial with a white baby who thinks a black baby is just dirty, how is this offensive? I see kids being incredibly rude at all ages today and not from innocent ignorance like this ad is portraying.
A feminine hygiene ad that addresses issues that make a woman less interested in sex is “offensive” today? Every other ad on TV is about “Sexual Enchantment” today for both genders and is far more crude in its delivery.
An aftershave ad with an attractive girl is offensive?
None of these ads are “offensive” to anyone other than the brainwashed PC Lemmings that pretend they do not notice what they see every day.
Just because former generations were not too cowardly to honor women who made houses into homes, men who provided for their families, fine tobacco and people who excitedly aspired to bettering their position in life and were not too afraid to portray kids as they actually are as opposed to the PC versions we see on TV ads today does not make these ads “Offensive”.
It makes us a people who celebrate lying to ourselves as a virtue.