Apparently Brawny paper towels has decided that the best way its brand can honor the achievements of women for Women’s History Month is to put an attractive woman on a cleaning product:
Now she can clean up after she makes me a sammich. pic.twitter.com/BGaIlqm2Xk
— GayPatriot (@GayPatriot) March 5, 2017
Yeah, they didn’t think that one through, did they?
Finally, women are being saluted on our paper towels, proving that both sexes can clean up kitchen spills. https://t.co/SJ0sGdETcV
— Josh Greenman (@joshgreenman) March 5, 2017
Because cleaning up is a woman's job! ?????????????? https://t.co/NLWqfky529
— The Kraken (@KrakenLr) March 5, 2017
— Peachy Keen Witted (@PeachyKeenWit) March 4, 2017
And why not any of these women, eh?
If Brawny really wanted to make a statement, should have picked Sally Kohn, Zoey Tur or Caitlyn Jenner https://t.co/GpnsacFRDh
— 57-ое государство (@EF517_V2) March 5, 2017
According to tennis star Serena Williams, this promotion featuring an attractive female lumberjack (lumberjill? lumber-chick?) celebrates women breaking down barriers:
— Serena Williams (@serenawilliams) March 1, 2017
As far as February and Black History Month, Brawny didn’t do anything special, but they did honor Valentine’s Day with a white dude:
— Brawny® (@Brawny) February 14, 2017
Strength has no gender, but it has a race?