Conservatives are overreacting to the Gillette ad. It merely asks men not to bully, hurt, or harass other people. Why is this offensive?
I'm guessing the majority of my followers disagree with this, but anyway... I do not think the Gillette ad is remotely bad or offensive. It asks men who hurt others to stop. Very mild and unobjectionable stuff!
And thus, with respect, I must disagree with , who said the ad was "kowtowing to leftist priorities." Is "don't bully people" a leftist priority? Why would a conservative want to portray it like that?
If masculinity is dying, it's because of men who get upset by the slightest suggestion that they should engage in self-reflection. How is this offensive? Great stuff from here
"But most of the ad depicts men deciding not to bully each other, harass women, or commit violence. ...it would be a shame if the right started boycotting companies for taking the position that maybe hurting people is bad."
Conservatives are overreacting to the Gillette ad. It merely asks men not to bully, hurt, or harass other people. Why is this offensive?
First off. Why on earth would you still be buying razors from the store. The mail model is hype. Second, is right.
The outrage is silly. There are so many more important things: our national debt will cross the $22 trillion mark in a few days. #GilletteAd
This one is perhaps more obviously obnoxious. I do not sure your frustration with the Gillette ad, though.
Conservatives are overreacting to the Gillette ad. It merely asks men not to bully, hurt, or harass other people. Why is this so offensive?