This Gillette commercial has been a hot topic today.
Will it beat the Lady Ghostbusters trailer as the most disliked YouTube ever? We will see.
It collectively blames men for bad behavior of the #MeToo variety. First of all, the lions share of men do not engage in #MeToo type behavior. Most men do not have the power/prestige to engage in such behavior. In fact, these men rarely engage in anything remotely like #MeToo type behavior. Over the last quarter century, rules (my workplace included) have been posted, with punishments almost guaranteed for transgressors. In reality, the movement away from associating with women in the workplace has been going on for a long time; it did not just suddenly happen after #MeToo. Let us face it, the people behind the rules have won, they have what they said that they wanted.
Once again, the #MeToo transgressors have been men with power/prestige. Collectively blaming all men for these men seems rather silly. Probably some millennial in New York decided that they could polish the SJW cred by creating such a commercial. Probably they view the complaints against it as validation that what they did was correct. Perhaps they should consider the situation a bit more closely.
As mentioned in the Manosphere many times, this is all about power. Plain and simple. Perhaps the ludicrous nature of how #MeToo is evolving is waking men up to it true nature. After all, this is the movement that trumpets Christine Blasey-Ford as the poster girl for believe all women. Now it collectively blames a bunch of cowed men for being rapists in waiting. It might be useful for this over the top silliness to continue. Perhaps soon enough, sufficient people will see the light.
More analysis here: https://pushingrubberdownhill.com/2019/01/15/gilette-and-the-great-replacement/