By thesanfranciscoegotist / /
Really? Is this what we’ve come to? Gillette puts out a spot asking men to be their tagline (the best a man can get) and pledges $3 million to anti-bullying and anti-harassment groups and suddenly half of America is up in arms.
We tend to be in the Randy Bryce camp:
Good for Gillette for taking a social stand, backing it up with some action. Companies professing their values has been big recently and we’re happy to see yet another company stand up for what’s right. We wish we lived in a world where saying bullying and harassment is bad wasn’t controversial though.