Guess reality is setting in that she’s pretty much worn out her welcome (she also somewhat recently did a 180 on her male friend accused of raype and threw him under the bus, which I think was an attempt to get back in good graces it the biz)
Then again, she’s always been a (gross) exhibitionist.
Dimpfl acknowledged long-accepted facts about using sexuality as a childbirth tool—for example, sex itself can produce a surge of oxytocin and semen can actually soften the cervix. But she also stressed the importance of bringing sexuality into the birthing process for more pervasive reasons: "If we look at birth as a sexual act, a care provider who is invited into that space is going to behave differently, such as asking permission to touch."
1) The majority of ads already positively portray women
2) It must be 100%. Women need to be on their pedestals, always. The can never do any wrong or have any shortfallings, or for that mater, any personality.
3) How do they define a negative portrayal?
4) And the growing trend of dullard imbecilic men in commercials? They're just me, let them lump it.
Remember that Old Spice commercial with the "Look at your man, now back to me..." guy? Imagine a woman's perfume commercial with a female model saying "look at your wife, now back to me. Sadly she isn't me." There would be riots. There would be war.