I'm part of the older generation - one of my first football memories is watching the '72 Dolphins as a boy. Didn't think much about race or feminism or any other kind of SJW crap back then. I just saw a team that actually looked like America (imagine that). Nowadays, most NFL teams look more like Zimbabwe. Anyway, I'm disgusted just like any other normal person by this toxic Gillette ad. So much garbage in it...but it's also interesting to take a look at what it doesn't have: - Not one mention of even the possibility that sexual assault accusations can be false - Not one mention that women are capable of doing wrong just like men - Not one example of a non-cucked man being portrayed positively - Not one example of men truly being at their best (thank you Freethinker for the "boys will be boys" photo) - Not one single scene with a normal, happy heterosexual couple in a healthy relationship...not even a non-white couple My wife and I have been happily married for 29 years and we have three wonderful children (all grown up now) together. The cackling Bolsheviks who made this vile commercial produce ads where people like us don't exist because they don't want people like us to exist in the real world. They want men and women to be at each other's throats, bitter and angry and lonely. Divide, blame, destroy. They want men and women to be at their worst, with men being cucks and women being feminist harpies. They want the rest of the world to be as miserable and hateful as they are. My older daughter is a married housewife. My son is an engineer and recently engaged, and my younger daughter is in medical school. My kids are far from identical, yet none of them, nor any of their partners or friends, would ever act like the people in that Gillette piece of propaganda. Neither would my wife and I, or any of our friends. It's the little things that tell you how out of touch our overlords are, like that laughable scene in the ad where the father (black, of course) is holding his daughter while they chant together, "I am strong." The producers wouldn't know a genuine fatherhood moment if one bit them on the arse. But what else would you expect from people who think that "the best a man can be" is a cucked male feminist? Being an old fart, I don't have any Gillette products, but my son has told me that he's already thrown all of his in the garbage and won't ever buy anything from them again. The producers of that ad aren't nearly as smart as they think they are. Did they really think alienating virtually their entire customer base would be a good idea? Even animals know better than to s**t where they eat. Now I'm actually happy that the AFC Championship Game will be played in Kansas City, just so we don't have to hear "Gillette Stadium."