Category Archives: Commercials

A beer fit for an ugly feminist*

Ad Age explains that Budweiser has reworked old ads to make them more empowering for women: The campaign, released today in conjunction with International Women’s Day, features full-page color ads in The New York Times, Chicago Tribune and Los Angeles … Continue reading

Posted in #SeeHer, Ad Age, Beer, Commercials, Feminist Territory Marking, New York Post, Ugly Feminists | 100 Comments

The symbolism of the line of men grilling in the Gillette ad.

Barbara Kay at The Post Millennial puts her finger on what is so disturbing about the central image of the Gillette ad.  The line of worthless men manning their grills symbolizes hard working married fathers. From “Toxic masculinity” in advertising: … Continue reading

Posted in Christian Films, Commercials, Courageous, Disrespecting Respectability, Gillette, Social Justice Warriors, Ugly Feminists | 77 Comments

Worse than a boycott.

While I think a boycott of Gillette is an excellent idea, there is something that should frighten Gillette’s management team even more.  Their brand could become shorthand for SJW weenie.  From Roger Kimball’s US Spectator article Trump’s burger fête was … Continue reading

Posted in Commercials, Donald Trump, Gillette, Social Justice Warriors | 97 Comments

The Best Women Can Be.

Related: The Duluth model is working as designed; you won’t smart mouth her again. What it would look like if the Kendrick brothers made razor blade commercials. Hat Tip Feministhater.  

Posted in #MeToo, Abortion, Commercials, Domestic Violence, Gillette, Satire, Social Justice Warriors, Turning a blind eye, Ugly Feminists | 34 Comments

What it would look like if the Kendrick brothers made razor blade commercials.

From Forbes Why Gillette’s New Ad Campaign Is Toxic: The 1:48 length video starts out with images of remarkably troubled looking men as a narrator makes reference to bullying, sexual harassment, and toxic masculinity. It then poses the question “Is … Continue reading

Posted in #MeToo, Commercials, Dalrock’s Law of Feminism, Gillette, Kendrick Brothers, Social Justice Warriors | 115 Comments