The now-famous Gillette ad scolding men for toxic masculinity — the flavor of the month cause among the politically correct — isn’t just a regrettable advertising choice that has backfired magnificently.
Stephen Colbert took aim at both Gillette’s toxic masculinity ad that has gone viral and one of its right-leaning critics on Wednesday’s “The Late Show.” “There’s controversy in the world of advertising,
Toxic masculinity message in front of Aussie fire dept. forced down, sparking outcry: 'STOP apologizing'
In the wake of the controversial Gillette ad against " toxic masculinity," a fire station in Sydney, Australia, decided to send a message of its own on the subject. The Newtown branch of NSW Fire and did
The internet is alive with commentary over the Gillette ad, We Believe: The Best A Men Can Be. In the campaign, Gillette is addressing the issue of toxic masculinity head on, declaring that men must change
When I was 11 years old, my dad bought me a gleaming new pair of trainers. A day later, as I walked proudly in them through a local estate in Greenford, a couple of older boys ordered me to take them and
Fox Nation host Tomi Lahren ripped Gillette for a controversial advertisement targeting "toxic masculinity." The video promotes the mentality that men can do better at holding each other accountable for
Those who urge us to shut down, man up and grow a pair push us towards disaster and despair What strikes me most is the fragility. Gillette makes an advertisement calling on men to challenge abusive behaviour,
A denial of biology in the American Psychological Association’s new report on men and boys. In my practice as a psychotherapist, I’ve seen an increase of depression in young men who feel emasculated in
Gillette, which sells shaving products, this week launched a commercial challenging “toxic masculinity.” In the “We Believe” ad scheduled to run during the Super Bowl, boys bully each other, a man precedes
'Traditional masculinity is dead' PETA says, bringing back vulgar video to capitalize on Gillette's attention
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals has dug deep into the bowels of its repertoire, reposting a vulgar video from years ago in an apparent effort to appear relevant in the discussion over traditional
Procter and Gamble makes and sells Gillette razors. They have a new ad... Gillette is taking aim at "toxic masculinity" that is the overly aggressive, bullying, "boys will be boys" mentality. Gillette
Equating “traditional masculinity” with “toxic masculinity” (“So long, masculinity, you're a relic of unenlightened times,” Jan. 11) is a terrible disservice to men, even more to boys, but also to women