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Practicing our “toxic masculinity”🇺🇸 Hey Gillette does this offend you?! 😂😂 I’ll raise my kids the way I believe they should be....thanks for your advice😉-Graham🇺🇸Posted by Graham Allen on Thursday, January 17, 2019
An Army veteran is challenging Gillette with a family photo after the razor company released an ad against “toxic” masculinity.
Graham Allen, a U.S. Army vet who now hosts Rant Nation on Blaze TV, posted a photo on his Facebook page.
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“Practicing our ‘toxic masculinity,'” he wrote, adding an American flag symbol. “Hey Gillette does this offend you?!”
The photo shows Allen standing with a firearm slung over his shoulder. In front of him is his young daughter with her older brothers on either side of her. One of Allen’s sons is holding a handgun while the other is posing with a rifle.
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“I’ll raise my kids the way I believe they should be … thanks for your advice,” Allen wrote under the photo.
Allen’s post shows one way that people are responding to Gillette’s controversial ad, which has received waves of backlash.
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Many criticize the ad for its portrayal of traditional masculinity as a quality which encourages bullying and sexism.
The two-minute short from Gillette, a razor brand owned by Procter & Gamble, shows boys bullying each other and men sexually harassing women.
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