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Jan 14 2019

P&G Nauseates With Another PC Ad

Procter & Gamble may never surpass Nike as the US corporation with the most irritatingly left-wing public posture, but it isn’t for lack of trying. The nauseating self-righteousness of their preachily politically correct advertisements will make a committed countermoonbat swear off P&G products for life — and there are a lot of them (Gillette, Pampers, Tide, Downy, Bounty, Charmin, Puffs, Tampax, Head & Shoulders, Old Spice, Cascade, Dawn, Mr. Clean, Vicks, Crest, Oral-B, Ivory, etc).

If P&G’s 2-minute ode to black oppressedness triggered your gag reflex, their cartoonishly contrived attack on toxic masculinity ought to launch your lunch across the screen:

No longer do you have to spend $40,000 per year in the Womyn’s Studies Department at a liberal arts college to wallow in hatred of “toxic masculinity.” Just flip on the TV and wait for a Gillette ad.

In case the stereotypes were too subtle for viewers, Pankaj Bhalla, Gillette brand director for North America, drives the point home:

“We are taking a realistic look at what’s happening today, and aiming to inspire change by acknowledging that the old saying ‘Boys Will Be Boys’ is not an excuse.”

They want boys to stop being boys.

Most of us can agree that acting like a jerk is bad. That’s why Cultural Marxist social engineers are trying to conflate masculinity with acting like a jerk.

When utopia has been imposed, no one will be more masculine than Bradley Manning.

On tips from Sean C and Dragon’s Lair.

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