By Shannon Miller. But the truth is that the issue was never with labels themselves. In fact, they can be quite useful for establishing boundaries and pinpointing the different ways people may navigate their environment. However, the problem rests with outside perceptions of particular identities, which become a fecund ground for misconceptions, stereotypes and sweeping, limiting assumptions. In an environment that is so overtly divided, a label can make all the difference between war and peace. In a new campaign from Anomaly L. Through a series of short films, Diet Coke highlighted a few unique individuals like Shea Diamond, a trans activist and artist who shared how labels have simultaneously been weaponized against her and useful in shaping her own truth. The stories of Shea and many others kick off a multi-year platform geared toward cultivating serious conversations about the labels that we voluntarily take on as well as the ones imposed upon us. Instead, the campaign is meant to demonstrate how we should feel empowered to define our own.
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The diverse stories and backgrounds of those in the films should also be lauded. Latest from Marketing Week More. Stay signed in. Diet Coke’s advertising used to be full of a confident swagger but has now been replaced by an apathetic, limply-scripted ‘Because I can’ campaign that makes the viewer die a little inside. More runway. Since then Diet Coke sales have overtaken classic Coke but the brand is continually pushing new products and communications. In a new campaign from Anomaly L.