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It’s Thursday and we’re still talking about the Gillette ad “The Best a Man Can Be.” If you’ve been hiding under a rock, patiently waiting for the eventual return of Louder with Crowder (which is TONIGHT), go check out: Gillette’s #TheBestAManCanBe Ad Assumes Toxic Masculinity is a Real Thing and Top 10 Reactions to Gillette’s Anti-Masculinity Advertisement. The tone of the ad was incredibly patronizing, assuming most men are basically sexist pigs. That’s the key problem. So it’s not surprising that we’ve learned the ladies responsible for the ad are woke feminists who hate Trump:
The director behind Gillette’s controversial new ad is a woman whose past work includes an ode to female genitals and a short film that explores ‘toxic masculinity’ featuring a protagonist whose life crumbles when he becomes addicted to steroids.
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That’s Kim Gehrig, an Australian living in London. She’s just one of the feminine brains behind the ad, but she worked with an ad company helmed by Sally Campbell called “Somesuch.”
Somesuch’s portfolio shows that it shares Kim Gehrig’s socially active approach, with notable campaigns that include Audi’s feminist 2017 Super Bowl commercial and an ad for feminine hygiene brand Libresse – which is sold as Bodyform in the UK – that offered a no-holds barred look at menstruation – including shots of blood and period sex.
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Oh yes, I remember the Audi Super Bowl commercial, the one that assumed the gender pay gap was real, and that a girl was destined to face a life time of oppression simply because of her girlness.
Sally Campbell, Somesuch’s big cheese, has also taken numerous shots at Donald Trump on Twitter. Check out the full Daily...
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