Finally got around to seeing the Gillette anti bullying ad. While it had a lot of good elements to it, they missed the mark. Addressing masculinity as a topic is touchy and there’s a lot of sensitive faces that don’t like getting told and how they delivered the message was hamfisted, that all men do this now all men must stop which is and was always ridiculous and is almost a wink and a grin in its own way of “say the right words fellas and this will get ‘them’ off our backs” I’m guessing they really didn’t understand the subject matter very well and despite the money that went into it, it feels as if the writers got a 3 hour crash course in the subject and ran with that.

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I don’t know if this is real or a skit, but it’s a good model. This skit/show/exchange has nothing at all to do with Facebook comments, Trump, women, speed of exchange, whatever. It’s said the USA is a nation of laws. That’s unfortunately not always true. But that’s its aspiration. So this is a nice model exchange for how things are supposed to work.

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This skit/show/exchange has nothing at all to do with Facebook comments, Trump, women, speed of exchange, whatever. It’s said the USA is a nation of laws. That’s unfortunately not always true. But that’s its aspiration. So this is a nice model exchange for how things are supposed to work.

This skit/show/exchange has nothing [read full article]