'SNL' Spoofed Sexist Super Bowl Commercials In A Hilariously Eye-Opening Way

Thank goodness for the Super Bowl Activity Pack for Women.

Sexist Super Bowl commericals — you know, the ones that show women involved in sports only if they're wearing a bikini, or less — have permeated the Super Bowl commercial lineups for too long. 

Saturday Night Live decided to create a skit that shows just how ridiculous those ads really are. In the skit, a woman is seen giving the men watching the game Totino's pizza rolls. But since she obviously isn't capable of watching the game (because she's a woman), she whips out her "Super Bowl Activity Pack."

Of course, humor is a great way to get people thinking about the way ads present women in relation to sports culture on TV, but the skit isn't to be taken lightly. From little league pitcher Mo'ne Davis to sportscaster Erin Andrews, it's clear that women can hold their own when it comes to athletics, and the Super Bowl is no exception. 

Luckily, they've taken a step in the right direction with this Always #LikeAGirl ad.

The only activity pack women need during the big game is a TV and a few snacks along with it.

(H/T: Mic)