Gillette came out with a new ad campaign for razors but centered around making a statement on "toxic masculinity" and the #MeToo movement. And apparently, its being with met with praise and backlash, depending on the perspective. I suppose it seems a bit patronizing and equally insulting of its main customer base. I wonder how their shareholders will feel if profits and PG stock starts dropping because of it, or if it happens at all. I've never used Gillette so personally I dont have a dog in the fight. But I'll never get the logic behind corporations making an overt political or social statement that is surely going to alienate a segment of the public (see also: Chik-Fil-A, Nike, etc.). Focus: Thoughts on the Ad Alt Focus: Should corporations be making statements like this in general? Also - any political shit-fighting results in a temporary ban. We have a thread for that.