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Gillette's toxic masculinity ad is good.
It paints males in stereotypes rather than illustrating that each man is unique. (0:18-0:36)
The ad at the provided timestamp is presenting not stereotypes, but demonstrating the pervasiveness of the issues alleged.
The ad at this timestamp refers more to what the media does, not what men per se do. None of the characters doing such acts are actually men, but are characters. Several are, in fact, cartoon characters.
That is part of stylistic choice to limit the notion of "blame" and focus on "showcasing a negative phenomenon". The men "that suffer from something" or "do good things" are individualized.
All ads paint people in stereotypes rather than illustrating each individual is unique. It’s called advertising.