Do you look to television commercials to inform your masculinity? Or is this just the razor blade version of woke marketing, that women do the shopping and will buy the brand that appeals to their sensibilities?
During the 2017 Superbowl, Audi played the feminist card, and it failed miserably. It’s not just that it’s a tough market to play, there invariably being something to criticize as irrational ideologies tend to be in a constant state of conflict, there never being a “right” answer and always being something to offend someone about.
Does this make you feel ashamed of your “toxic masculinity,” because of your irresistable impulse to grab women’s butts, whether callipygian or otherwise? Did you join in wolfpacks to attack younger boys? Not that these things don’t happen, but are these what every guy is doing? Most guys? Or is this some sort of social justice fantasy of evil men who don’t want facial hair?
Does Gillette move you to be a “better man,” or move you to buy their blades for your significant other? The Gillette tagline was a great one, but is it a good one in this commercial?