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Question for @Gillette: Are these models with the strategically placed logo 'toxic masculinity' or not?

LOL Gillette. For some reasons, these ladies weren’t in that “toxic masculinity” ad:

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It’s a real mystery why they were left out!

And let us not forget Gillette’s past ad campaign using supermodels to get men to shave below their necks:

Real men go hairless, or something:

The New York Times even covered it, which makes them complicit in the toxic masculinity we think:

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“Read her mind,” gents:

As part of this ad campaign, the supermodels showed up at events that asked women to kiss their guys before-and-after shaving with one of the company’s products:

And here’s the ad that ran with all three of these ladies:

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