Gillette posted a video ad in response to the attack on toxic masculinity. Now “What is a man?” is a response to that.
According to BigLeague Politics: “I made this brand for my father as a tribute to him… I made this video alone… it’s my voice, my editing,” he wrote as a comment to his video. I feel that standing up for what I see is the best tribute to him as well. It means a lot that other people such as yourself feel the same.”
Published on YouTube Tuesday, two days after Gillette published an advertisement that appeared to smear all men as predatory bullies suffering from so-called “toxic masculinity,” Egard Watches’ ad instead celebrates the many sacrifices men make daily in their lives on behalf of others.
“What is a man? Is a man brave? Is a man a hero? Is a man a protector? Is a man vulnerable? Is a man disposable? Is a man broken? Is a man trying? We see the good in men,” a narrator says as shocking statistics about the reality of manhood appear across the bottom of the screen. More
I like this.
Glad it’s not just me out there speaking up for men, young men and our male children.
Manufacturing Man Puts Gillette’s ‘Toxic Masculinity’ To Shame With A Powerful Viral Video Of His Own https://t.co/retZzDW1RR via @weaselzippers
— Pam Smith (@lynxlaughing) January 19, 2019
I was extremely offended by Gillette’s ad. This one made me very emotional. This is a moving recognition of the importance of men.
The PC crowd wants to wipe men out in their political agenda. If not for men, who sacrificed this country would not be what it is today.
Manufacturing man puts Gillette’s ‘toxic masculinity’ to shame with a powerful viral video of his own https://t.co/GL3kwKMiJI I as a Woman live with my Husband and son whom I love and respect and Thank my God for their manhood you help me be better woman love you.
— Saltyheart7 (@saltyheart71) January 18, 2019