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Companies Using Social Movements to Sell Products

Gillette is pushing its new razors — with a new ad on toxic masculinity?🤔 It's not the first time corporations have used/hijacked social movements to market products.

01/26/2019 6:02 PM

7 comments

  • Aashish T.
    01/28/2019 14:14

    Gillette has gone too far for the money, showing every problem in the world is because of man and every man is same. never buying again.

  • Brian P.
    01/28/2019 13:36

    I quit this brand. They cost too much

  • Chandra S.
    01/27/2019 07:48

    This is now old video people gave their views and it's closed.

  • Stanley D.
    01/26/2019 18:49

    Gillette just needs to stick to selling razors and nothing else.

  • Prashant S.
    01/26/2019 13:58

    Why the f is Brut India even "🤔"?? In a country rife with toxic masculinity u r questioning an advert which brings it out of the closet? Bunch of sexist retards running this page or facist brown nosers missing a moral compass? Educate yourself about "toxic masculinity" if the term went over your heads!

  • Raja
    01/26/2019 13:20

    U nailed it brut, But teri jalti kyu hai inke successful ad campaigns dekhkar ? 😆😆😆😆😆😆😆😆😆😆

  • Abheer M.
    01/26/2019 12:21

    Except Nike had some reasons to promote Kapernick and their support for the movement seemed well intended. Gillette just seem like trying to 'use' the metoo movement

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