Corporate "Man" Wants to Sell Razors to Men by Attacking Men
Victim: Men Who Shave w Gillette
Gillette released a noxious ad shaming men. Not only that, but the geniuses at Gillette even thought it would be a good idea to smear boys who are too young to defend themselves. I wonder how Americans would react if Gillette released an ad of the same nature, just flipped around on women, say, smearing young girls for engaging in slutty behavior: would that be considered an appropriate advertisement? Pankaj Bhalla of Gillette, rather than apologizing for his treacherous behavior, has doubled down and said shaming boys is a great idea. Normally, an honorary woman like Bhalla wouldn't rate that high on the evil scale--compared to abusive and physical violence from women!--but Bhalla is trying to shame and abuse millions of young boys. Not cool! So he gets a full evil rating of 8.