When is it OK to be a bigot?
Taking aim at bullying, sexual harassment, and sexism against women is great. But don’t suggest that men have to be lone exceptions breaking away from a pack in order to behave well.
It’s all about us!
Post-patriarchal masculinity has growing pains. But they are worth it … and is there a choice?
This is an ad that is literally just saying “hey, men can do better” and people are acting as though this was the announcement that XY chromosomes have been made illegal and having chest hair means that you’re going to get rounded up to camps.
Dr. Vibe asks a pair of Black male thoughts leader if Gillette ad about masculinity and manhood hit the mark
Life is Not Sport Masculinity. Maleness. Manliness. Virility. Mannishness. Manhood. Machismo. Whatever we call it, is ours so weak that we would get rattled by a razor manufacturer’s advertisement calling it into question? Evidently, it is. We men are so easily triggered, so fragile as to watch this ad and be repulsed. Some of us were…
It wouldn’t take an army of investigators to find women in my past that would say I didn’t treat them the way that I should have.
When did we lose the manly weep?
Gillette’s recent short film advert demonstrates traits of non-toxic masculinity.
A close cultural shave around the Gillette ad.
The past few weeks have been quite an eventual one for American men as well as those of us who study masculinity.
Mark Greene makes the case for why some online male rage is intentionally manufactured.
To put this much media effort behind a nearly two-minute commercial is the advertising equivalent of putting all of your moral cards on the table.
Gillette Fusion Proshield is the latest five-blade razor in the Gillette line of products. I tried it out on my face and it was glorious.
Gillette produced the above documentary to find out for sure. Did you know that nearly 1 in 3 women have avoided kissing a guy because he had facial hair?