Unless you’ve been living under a rock lately, you’ve probably heard or seen the Gillette commercial about “toxic masculinity” – a new trite term invented by the feminism movement in America.
The two-minute commercial stirred up quite the controversy last week because it unapologetically attacks all males for supposedly not being “better” towards women as if to imply that all men need to pipe down and be less masculine.
But now we’re finding out that the agency and director behind the divisive commercial have a dirty little secret.
Political correctness is one of the most toxic ravaging viruses pervading through this country right now. The reason why is because more and more Americans are becoming addicted to being offended. They love and crave it.
Corporations are beginning to follow down the same dangerous path too because they replicate it with their apparent common morals that the executives share.
It’s exactly why some companies remove their advertisements from certain content they deem inappropriate and it’s usually liberal backlash that shames them into removing their ads.
This is what happened with Tucker Carlson and Laura Ingraham on their respective shows. Hollywood elitists like super producer Judd Apatow went entirely out of his way to shame the shows’ advertisers for things the Fox News stars said that offended so many liberals. Apatow’s petition forced these companies to boycott the respective shows.
And then you have companies like Gillette, which specializes in men’s razors. For some reason they felt the need to create a two-minute commercial to shame men for being too masculine.
Not only was the message imploring men to “be better,” but it also simultaneously showed scenes of boys roughhousing at a backyard get-together, some “bullies” chased a boy down, and they even had the men whistling at women while seemingly making lewd jokes.
It received acclaim by some – it’s quickly becoming the most disliked YouTube video of all time – and outrage from others, but now we’re finding out that the director of the commercial, Australian Kim Gehrig, has a long history of left-wing activism and liberal propaganda. In fact, she’s a known President Trump-hater.
Gehrig has directed other commercial ads that feature empowered women and weak males.
In an Uber ad she directed, it features a strong woman alongside her awkward male date who can’t dance worth a lick.
Another theme to her work is about those – specifically men – who criticize the female body image like in her Aussie lingerie brand ad and another for Sport England.
Gehrig is one of the key people at the Somesuch agency, which is founded by anti-Trump feminist Sally Campbell, and the production company specializes in “woke” commercials.
Campbell tweeted to President Trump recently writing, “POTUS 61% of your country thinks you couldn’t organize a piss up in a brewery, on this anniversary you’re on shut down, go back to reality TV…”
She also attended the Women’s rally in Sundance on January 20th.
Now all they want to do is just emasculate men.