In August of 2020, Olay had introduced a campaign focused on bridging the gap between women and men in STEM. They made a campaign that focused on the inherent sexism in STEM fields that presumably don’t employ enough women in those areas. It should be duly noted that the following paragraphs have been written with a focus on one individual take on OLAY’s campaign and isn’t backed by research but rather personal experiences of one’s background during their course of learning in the area of one STEM field. Any logic narrated further to understand and deconstruct OLAY’s strategy is also

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