Saturday, January 19, 2019

Proof that we all have been brain-poisoned

This allegedly all started when Proctor and Gamble (the massive multinational conglomerate that owns Gillette) released a two-minute, buzz-word filled ad that could basically be boiled down to “bullying. toxic masculinity. sexual harassment. if you agree that these things are bad, buy a razor.” 

The video, which runs for just under two minutes, features a flurry of news clips about the women’s rights movement and bullying.
The commercial depicts various scenes of men bullying and catcalling women, and fights breaking out between boys.
“Is this the best a man can get, is it?” the ad’s narrator asks — a play on the shaving company’s famous tagline, “the best a man can get”.
The video then shows men berating their friends for harassing women, a father breaking up the fight, and a mother cradling a boy who is being bullied through text messages.
The narrator says men can no longer “hide” from issues like bullying and sexual harassment.
“We can’t hide from it. It has been going on far too long. We can’t laugh it off, making the same old excuses.”
I feel that that Gilette ad was not ANTI-MALE but it was pro-humanity. It literally shows that we can be the change that we want to bring to the world. We can change the world and that's what the Ad commercial says.

And if you were threatened by a razor commercial asking you to be a better version of yourself, Then my dear friend YOU DON'T NEED A NEW RAZOR BUT YOU NEED A NEW CHANGE IN YOUR BEHAVIOUR AND THINKING

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