Gillette Ad Sparks Conversations On Identity Politics
Gillette latest ad was tagged The Best A Man Can Do. This advert touched on the sensitive topic of identity politics.
Below are the conversations on Twitter:
— Gillette (@Gillette) January 14, 2019
Isn’t it time companies STOPPED PISSING OFF THEIR CUSTOMERS and kissing the asses of liberals? I know I won’t be buying your products any longer.
— Leo Daniels Ent.🌎 (@LeoRules1) January 15, 2019
Everyone mad at this ad: pic.twitter.com/IJjaQEzxd9
— Alfred E. New Year New Me (@pturkas) January 15, 2019
Why do I have a feeling that the men that are offended over this ad are the very men responsible for sexual harassment, toxic masculinity, etc. Simply can’t imagine why a decent, moral man would be offended over such an ad if they weren’t the culprits being called out in this ad.
— 🍒 (@oldcheapwine) January 16, 2019
This hate and intolerance of IDENTITY POLITICS pitches us against each other and has gone way too far!!! It’s time to stop creating divisions in our society and start coming together to seek opportunities solving our shared issues with each other. pic.twitter.com/T3saNhT7ky
— Wayne Dunlap (@wdunlap) January 16, 2019
Came here from YouTube. I just wanted to say that I’m sorry about how awful some people can be. And I appreciate your ad and will continue to use your razors. Thank you for the clean shave
— Matthew Lippi (@matthew_lippi) January 16, 2019
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