In 2016, you wouldn't think it'd be that hard for companies to stop insisting that men are the scholarly ones and women the social ones. But that's exactly how everyone is taking a recent Gap ad that has the internet outraged and accusing the retailer of sexism.
Gap also provided Google with a new image for when people search for irony. The T-shirt worn by "The Little Scholar" couldn't even get the spelling of "Einstein" correct.
The T-shirt in the ad spells the famous physicist's name as "Einstien," which, like the word "genius," is one of the most embarrassing for you, but hilarious for us, words to misspell. People seem to be taking as much issue with that as they are the ad's sexist undertones.
Maybe go back to the drawing board on this one, Gap.