So I'm normally someone who just lurks and reads articles, and hasn't edited anything before, but I stumbled into the Unfortunate Implications pages and found that an absurd amount of the examples (on the Advertising page at least) don't fit the trope going by its description.
The failure to fit the trope seems to fall into three categories: Some fail because the work seems to intentionally make the implication (meaning it isn't unfortunate, per the page description). Some are clear items that should be moved due to values dissonance, which the page itself indicates disqualifies it. Most examples don't have any basis for a reasonable person to believe that the implication exists (i.e. In a work, a man was beaten in a fight by a woman. Therefore, the work implies that all men are weaker than women!).
While there isn't any stated 'reasonability' clause on the page, I have to assume that one exists, since we don't want 'the work depicted a fly, which unfortunately implied that all Jews should be gassed' levels of insane paranoia flooding the examples, just because someone out there could probably be deluded enough to believe that such an implication exists. I suppose that you could say it fails to meet the 'entertain/educate' requirements, because a reasonable person would not be educated if they cannot understand how the implication is reached.
Beyond that, a few of the examples are valid, but don't do a good job of stating the three relevant aspects that are important to the trope: the situation, what the apparent intention (probably) was, and what the unintended, unfortunate implication is. In those cases I might edit a little to make them clearer.
I've skimmed what looked to be the relevant pages on editing and all I really found was a request that I be bold, so I'll go ahead and start making amendments where they seem relevant. This post is mainly just so someone can scream "NOOO, STOOOOP" if I'm doing something wrong, and also to ask if there are any other pages I should be moving these examples to, other than Values Dissonance where that's applicable.