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MUST SEE: Wristwatch Company Creates Stunning Rebuttal to Controversial Gillette Ad

These defenders of masculinity have gone for the jugular in their latest ad, which is a direct rebuke of a controversial commercial by razor-makers Gillette.

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Toxic Masculinity

Last week, another controversial piece of media hit the airwaves, concocted by a troubled corporate entity desperate for attention.

I’m speaking, of course, about Gillette, the longtime manufacturer of mens care products who is famous for their line of shaving equipment.

In the ad, many inferred a meaning that was downright bizarre:  That “toxic masculinity” was real, and that it must be beaten back with a metaphorical broom.  Undoubtedly, the ad has sparked a great many arguments among Americans over the reality of this latest attack on the male persona, further dividing our nation down political lines.

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This is due in no small part to the left’s purposeful alignment with the counterculture icon in the gender arena, and their hopes to offend Americans into remaining divided – and malleable due to this division.

Gillette’s ad was likely nothing more than a purposefully crafted bit of controversial propaganda meant to get us talking about Gillette again…who have been struggling with the recent popularity of beards and discount razor companies such as Dollar Shave Club.

Now, one wristwatch manufacturer has responded in their own way, relaying the facts about the hazards that men face nearly exclusively, and how that reality affects the left’s perception of “masculinity”.

The YouTube commercial from the Egard Watch Company features footage of men in various situations — from fighting fires to hugging children as the firm’s founder Ilan Srulovicz asks “What is a man?”

“There’s been a movement in society I feel that’s just been painting men with a broad brush,” Srulovicz told “Fox & Friends” Monday.

“You know, for a company like Gillette to open up a commercial with a term like ‘toxic masculinity,’ I just don’t feel like masculinity is toxic.”

“I think masculinity can be beautiful,” he said.

Srulovicz said he created the ad despite backlash from friends and co-workers who feared the ad would draw attention away from women’s rights issues.

The ad, which is both somber and startling, can be watched below:

 

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VIDEO: Cancer Survivor’s First Pitch Ended Up a Low Blow

While the catcher wasn’t able to snag the throw, a camera man just happened to be in the line of fire… in a most unfortunate way.

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MUST SEE: Westminster Bulldog’s Stubborn Agility Course Run Goes Viral

Sure, Rudy may not have won the race, but he provided us with something far better than a gold medal:  A goodhearted chuckle.

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Sometimes, the motivation that we need comes not for our fellow man, but perhaps from man’s best friend. Dogs have long been apart of world culture, and certainly American culture.  From the working ranch dogs of the high plains, to the apartment-dwelling puffballs of Manhattan, Americans are absolutely smitten with their furry friends. Maybe it’s because dogs give us hope in the goodness that exists around us.  They are eternally grateful for even the simplest of gestures, and would do for you what you’ve done for them one-thousand times over had they the ability or the thumbs. Instead, they reward us with unconditional kindness…and maybe some life lessons along the way. Now, one Bulldog’s determined and unexpected agility course performance is reminding Americans that, if you put your mind to it, you can do anything. https://twitter.com/C_lassy23/status/1094994254018027527 Rudy became an overnight celebrity. Rudy the bulldog charmed the audience at the Westminster Kennel Club agility contest in New York City over the weekend after he was spotted flying over jumps and bounding through tunnels. The so-called “sourmug” canine had a final time of 51.63 at the agility contest, which ushers in the club’s annual dog show. Though Rudy’s time was a bit slower than Verb the Border Collie’s winning time of 32.05 seconds, according to NJ.com, the canine quickly went viral — finding an abundance of new fans and endless support on Twitter. Sure, Rudy may not have won the race, but he provided us with something far better than a gold medal:  A goodhearted chuckle.

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