NPR reported that Gillette’s new ad targeting masculine men (let’s be honest, that is EXACTLY what they did) isn’t doing so hot on YouTube.
Gillette's trending new ad campaign, “The Best Men Can Be,” has many more dislikes than likes on YouTube. Some threaten boycotting, offended by the company's call for a new kind of masculinity. https://t.co/wUjDgRaqsw
— NPR (@NPR) January 17, 2019
A new kind of masculinity?
Let men be men.
Oh good, Alex from the Bronx chimed in:
Gotta love it when the folks calling activists getting arrested to advance equal rights “snowflakes” turn around and get offended by things like coffee cups + razor commercials https://t.co/ezbyFVc5dC
— Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@AOC) January 17, 2019
Would someone please tell her the term ‘snowflake’ is SOOOOO 2017?
Big difference @AOC between being offended and just thinking something is moronic. Don’t worry, some day you’ll catch on.
— johnny cy (@johnnycy89) January 18, 2019
Oh no, this editor IS offended but not for the reason AOC thinks; this editor is personally exhausted of the Left attacking men just because.
It’s old. It’s tired. It needs to stop.
Let men be MEN.
Not offended. We point and laugh. Just like we do with you 😂
— Matt (@gardebien) January 18, 2019
This works though too.
Please chill. Republicans are not the enemy
— wondering (@murrayckim) January 18, 2019
Whoa, a voice of reason on Twitter? Get outta here.
Kind of like you portraying yourself as a tough big city girl from the Bronx who’ll fight for her voters, then whining incessantly about how she is treated by critics for her own endless, uninformed, factually incorrect comments, huh?
— David Cole Grey (@greycole05) January 18, 2019
Well hey, you have a good progressive razor company for keeping your back & upper lip silky smooth.
— Chihoowa' oshi' (@DroppinTheMitts) January 18, 2019
Go figure out your job.
— CalFreedomMom is a Nationalist🇺🇸 (@CalFreedomMom) January 18, 2019
— Comfortably Smug (@ComfortablySmug) January 17, 2019
As always, Social Justice bullies confuse opposing something with being offended by it.
— MintArcher (@ArcherMint) January 18, 2019
We are looking into it further, but a lot of that opposition seems to be bots and trolls, led by GOPers. They’ve tried this tactic with companies for years now. Take a look at the Keurig Hannity “controversy.” The only legit boycotts have come from The Resistance.
— Democratic Coalition (@TheDemCoalition) January 18, 2019
Yeah … no.
Not everyone who disagrees with Democrats and the social justice mantra are bots, freakin’ idjits.
And again we are reminded of exactly HOW and WHY Alexandria got elected.