#MeToo Boomerang: Gillette Lectures US Men on Sexism — Then Objectifies Hot Women in Provocative Clothing at Their Sponsored Events
Proctor and Gamble and Gillette decided this week to launch a new razor ad campaign that trashes men and “toxic” masculinity.
The company decided the best way to promote their product was to attack their customer base.
The new ad highlights sexist and bullying males — with a spotlight on white males — in the United States.
The ad assumes that all men and male culture is sexist, overly hostile and bullying.
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But before Gillette decided to lecture American men on sexism maybe they should have cleaned up their back yard.
Gillette is NOTORIOUS for showcasing smokin’ hot women in skintight jumpsuits!
Here are a few examples—
Don’t throw shade Gillette if you’re part of the tree!
Look at these poor Gillette girls: so oppressed by the patriarchy, the unwitting victims of #toxicmasculinity It’s almost like… a huge conglomerate can one day exploit the objectification of women to drive sales, then the next exploit identity politics to drive sales 🤷🏼♂️ pic.twitter.com/PBhJOMGs2l
— Martin Daubney MEP ➡️ (@MartinDaubney) January 17, 2019