Gillette

Gillette's Sexist Sermonizing to Men and Women

L. Brent Bozell III and Tim Graham, CNS News

For grins, try to imagine Gillette marketing its Venus line of razors to women in this way. Imagine the reaction if these geniuses were to run an ad against "toxic femininity," saying the time is over for women gossiping and bullying women. NPR would go into spasmodic convulsions. The bra burners would take to the streets. Women are presumed to be the victimized gender — oppressed by men (yuk!), not poisoned by testosterone. There's a word for these ad campaigns: vomit.

We Need To Retoxify Masculinity

Kurt Schlichter, Townhall

Being a man does not mean being a sad, hairy, lumpy version of a women. Nor does being a woman mean being a smaller, baby-having man. Being your gender is part of who you are, and by erasing that they seek to change you from who you are into who they want you to be: A neutered drone. And “toxic femininity” is next on their target list. “Toxic masculinity” is not about criminality or being a jerk. It’s about the basic premise of being a man, the role of builder and destroyer, engineer and warrior.