Soft-Soaping Empire – Commodity racism and imperial advertising By as McClintock points out the Victorian bathroom can be seen as the. Chapter 5, Soft-soaping empire: commodity racism and imperial advertising Type: Chapter; Author(s): Anne McClintock; Page start: ; Page end: Type: Chapter; Author(s): Anne McClintock; Date: (electronic book). Is part of Book. Title: Imperial Leather: Race, Gender, and Sexuality in the Colonial.
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This is similar to the Pears advert where the white boy is superior and better than his black friend because of his race. This suggests that the young black boy is there to be regenerated or reborn and purified by the soap.
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