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Some familiar creative faces are appearing online confessing chauvinistic tendencies at pigsanonymous.com, a site from the Advertising Women of New York, whose annual Good Bad and Ugly Awards Show is on the hunt for the best and worst representations of women in advertising. Here on AdCritic, see Lowe creatives Mark Wnek and Peter Rosch, plus BBH's Kevin Roddy, FCB's Chris Becker, Euro's Jeff Kling and Nick Cohen and Strawberry Frog's Kevin McKeon visit the Pigs Anonymous support group to admit their bias and participate in humorously futile sensitivity exercises in the supporting spots.