You’ve gotta love this video!
It’s called “What is a man” and is a response to the Gillette ad where a man’s supposed “toxic masculinity” is challenged.
This will blow you away and really send a message to the people who want to change men.
“A short film – Dedicated to all those who sacrifice everything to make the world safer and better for all of us.”
It’s an ad for Egard Watches that makes a great point: https://www.egardwatches.com/
Proctor & Gamble just released the worst ever ad trying to encourage men to change their behavior. The problem is that they pigeonhole all men into one big lump of violent thugs. This is an ad even a feminist could hate.
Gillette’s new ad called, “We Believe The Best Men Can Be”, encourages men to rethink the way they raise their own sons.
It totally generalizes by showing men barbecuing, fighting, and harassing women. We understand that it’s all about connecting to the #MeToo movement but that’s pushing the generalization that all men harass women. Isn’t that what the leftists are against or are they just against the generalization of anyone BUT men?
Could it be that the people running the show at Gillette are so politically skewed that they are disconnected to their customer base? We think so. Just check out the comment from Gillette’s brand director who believes men must make a change in how they behave in America:
The comment to the Wall Street Journal:
“This is an important conversation happening, and as a company that encourages men to be their best, we feel compelled to both address it and take action of our own. We are taking a realistic look at what’s happening today, and aiming to inspire change by acknowledging that the old saying ‘Boys Will Be Boys’ is not an excuse. We want to hold ourselves to a higher standard, and hope all the men we serve will come along on that journey to find our ‘best’ together.”
— Gillette (@Gillette) January 14, 2019
Gillette customers immediately voiced their displeasure with the ad in a BIG way. Social Media is on fire with men calling for a boycott of all things Gillette and P & G:
“I am taking action. I’m researching every product made by Proctor & Gamble, throwing any I have in the trash, and never buying any of them again until everyone involved in this ad from top to bottom is fired and the company issues a public apology.”
The #Gillette commercial is the product of mainstream radicalized feminism— & emblematic of Cultural Marxism.
LET LITTLE BOYS WRESTLE.
Despite what Lena Dunham tells you, women are not into beta males & men are not into chicks w/ armpit hair.
— Candace Owens (@RealCandaceO) January 15, 2019
We couldn’t agree more with the backlash against this ridiculous ad. Some of the Twitter comments are priceless!
Loads of sarcasm towards Gillette made us laugh! The photo below is funny but could be how the leftists view men and how they would like them to change.
Wow, Gillette wasn't kidding! pic.twitter.com/UTPVdSwnto
— Michael Knowles (@michaeljknowles) January 15, 2019
Obama and Obamacare’s Pajama Boy come to mind in the photo above. It’s the “pussification” of American men and we object to it 100%! We are NOT Europ