Question of the day

Our last question asked: What recent Vanity Fair profile has so many people up in arms? That would be Rich Cohen's profile of new "it girl" actress Margot Robbie, in which Cohen calls Australians "throwback people" and seemingly reduced Robbie to little more than a sex symbol.

Congrats to Craig Pittman of the Tampa Bay Times for being the very first to get that right! Honorable mentions go out to these amazing individuals for also answering correctly: David Daniel (who agrees the profile "focused more on her looks than her talent, and slammed Australia besides. A two-fer!"), Lori FriedmanRon Casalotti (who notes it was "written in a style more reminiscent of Playboy 1966 than Vanity Fair 2016"), Whitney Friedlander (whose "fav observation" was "When everyone here is awake, everyone there is asleep"), Katie North (who points out some critics are angry "bc of overt objectification, others bc of a purported Santana lead...I'm more the former"), MartinBerliner (who wonders if it might have been "ghost-written by Roger Ailes"), Natalie TindallMark Gibbs (who theorizes the outrage was "providing Ms. Robbie with even more free PR! Way to go!"), Frances Langum and Monika Cornilliac (who admits "If I were her, I'd want his head").

As for today's question, here it is: The Nivea lotion company commissioned a crazy ad campaign that depicts what?

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