I wonder what the response would be if an advert was released calling all women liars, accusing all women of submitting fake rape reports, all women are cheaters, all women are child abusers, all women commit paternity fraud, all women are golddiggers, all women are inherently evil?
It's interesting how women are enjoying sowing this hatred and division. In societal collapse it isn't going to be the men who suffer. This systemic misandry and abuse of innocent boys won't go unpunished.
These women who "claim" they're against "rape culture" are the same women who covered up Rotherham, Rochdale, Telford and turn up to demos to throw broken bottles and bricks at the child rape victims. Don't forget that.
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They've just blamed their customers for bullying, sexual harassment, patronising behaviour etc. Commercially this is stupid, but I guess there is a limit to how many blades you can keep adding on to your razors so they had to try something different.
More generally, this is offensive. I am not responsible for the crimes or misdeeds of someone else just because I happen to have a Y chromosome in common with them, any more than Terry Crews is responsible for the crimes of black men who he shares both skin colour and gender with. I see the reasoning of inspiring your son to do things, but there's too much blame for other stuff in it for that. On top of that, this is effectively chivalry, but where the subjects are kids as well as women. However, feminism and chivalry cannot coexist.
Just what I want in razor commercials: a condescending moral lecture about how to behave as a man. Just sell me an overpriced Mach3 in an ad with jets and hot women and leave it at that, thank you.
The like-dislike ratio on the YouTube video speaks for itself. "Woke" ads rarely go down well. Apparently companies don't learn.
Imagine P&G telling women not to be shrill, catty or gossipy in a Venus ad. Suddenly you wouldn't be making pompous comments about "how only dicks would have a problem with this..." etc.
Absolute nonsense! Literally more than 540k dislikes - Gilette should stick to razors instead of trying to pander to childless 30-something feminists and SJWs.
Basically stereotyping half the global population, how about an ad telling women to stop gossiping or caring so much about makeup - wouldnt go down well..
these gender wars need to stop. they are pathetic