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Gillette's toxic masculinity ad is good.
The ad is racist, as you will note that examples of "toxic masculinity" given all involve white males, whereas only black males are portrayed as always protecting the women from the white male toxicity.
A white man tells two women to smile. A black man "protects" them.
A white male wants to talk to an attractive woman on the street. A black man stops him with the words "Not cool."
White men are not subject to a political or cultural regime of subjugation based on race.
, when we go beyond a dictionary definition, involves such a regime being in place. Therefore, the ad cannot be racist against them.
This is actually combating racism, as it places people who are black in a positive light, countering the
of white people which forcibly link black
A black man is the 2nd in the "boys will be boys" line before the "chorus," if you will.
The ad is not about race or racial stereotypes.
There are only two examples of black males defending woman from white males. If the races were randomly selected in both examples,
the time it would be racist.