The Gillette ad reaction is really demonstrating why some men think the phrase "toxic masculinity" means "all masculinity is toxic": because they can't imagine a masculinity which isn't. Dream better things for yourselves, guys.
— Stephanie Rodgers 🌹 (@bootstheory) January 15, 2019
The Gillette ad is here (don’t read the comments):
A few more takes I liked from good tweeps:
Gillette: Men, could you please be the best versions of yourselves and care for yourself and others
Men: I beg your pardon
— Mollie Goodfellow (@hansmollman) January 15, 2019
The very fact that you're writing about the Gillette ad and that people are talking about it is evidence of its success.
They prompted toxic masculinity into the conversation.
— ᴡʜʏ ɪs ASHLEY LYNCH ᴏɴ ᴍʏ ᴛʟ (@ashleylynch) January 15, 2019
Dudes angry at Gillette for saying "maybe don't be shitty humans": You're telling on yourself, bro.
— John Scalzi (@scalzi) January 15, 2019
I mean, it appears that Gillette isn't a good product for sensitive skin after all.
— HamberderHat (@Popehat) January 15, 2019