I just discovered something and I just can't let it go...
This pisses me off so much I can't even explain...
I needed a photo of a man in underwear for a assignment for a client.
So I searched: man in underwear
These are the results I got:
So, I tried: woman in underwear
This is what I got:
Please, please think about how you depict gender roles. I hope no words are needed for these results...
I usually don't get into these kind of discussions online, but this got me really mad.
The keywords used in searches are set by the contributor, not Adobe. Adobe is no more than the Market Place.
Also if you take out the word 'in' you get tons of them ...
I apologize for the troubles you faced in searching for the desired results.
I tried to run a similar search and below are the results that I got:
Would you mind trying to run the search again?
Noticed the issue when using Danish regional page, I will run it by product group. Meantime, the method suggested above without using "in" stands as the faster solution for now.
Sorry for the inconvenience.
Or searching using the language that matches with page will be another alternative, i.e. for this case "mand i undertøj" will do.