Last month’s edition of GQ contained a lengthy piece by Dylan Jones, editor, which was so absurd it could have been written by the blue-haired fruit loops at the Fawcett Society. A lengthy piece attacking men (basically saying they should become more like women, the gold standard of humanity) was sponsored by Gillette. From the section on criticism of Gillette on Wikipedia:
Toxic masculinity advertisement
In January 2019, Gillette released an online commercial called “We Believe”, calling on men to change their behavior in regards to bullying, sexism, and toxic masculinity in response to the #MeToo movement. The ad asks the question, “Is this the best a man can get?” and changes the 30-year-old tagline “The Best Men Can Be.” According to an article by Business Insider, many comments on the Twitter post and the YouTube video criticized the ad and some compared the minute and a half long video to a lecture.
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