Virtue signaling is becoming America’s favorite pastime. It doesn’t take action, just a large ad budget to show the world you believe in something trendy.
Gillette, maker of razors that tear my face apart, has embraced the #MeToo movement and launched an ad to tell men—all men—to be better. Never mind Gillette’s parent company, Procter & Gamble (P&G), has funded “toxic masculinity” on networks that reek of it like MTV and BET. Ten years ago, P&G executives wanted to know from the public if they should act morally and withdraw their ad dollars from those two networks which are still drenched in sex, violence and profanity. They needed a poll to see if they should act responsibly?
The constant attacks on men (straight men) is deliberate and dangerous. While social re-engineers want to pretend that women and men are interchangeable, nothing goads a fake feminist (and her allied corporate entities) like masculinity. Toxic feminism sees men as the enemy. It sees all men as abusers. It constantly imagines a world without them. In today’s warped sense of feminism, men can do no right, and women can do no wrong.
One of the most destructive forms of (actual) “toxic masculinity” is when men reject their responsibilities as fathers, abandoning the life they helped to create. Toxic masculinity is doing nothing to stop the most defenseless from being bullied and killed by the leading source of toxic feminism—Planned Parenthood. Not to mention, the majority of abortionists—who profit by reducing humans to mere objects—have always been…men. Yet P&G (headquartered in Cincinnati) funds, through the Greater Cincinnati Foundation it co-founded, the violence of abortion. In the latest reported year, P&G empowered Planned Parenthood’s abortion business with $333,665 in donations; that’s $315,815 to Planned Parenthood of Southwest Ohio and another $17,850 to the Planned Parenthood Federation of America. (Go to 2ndvote.com to find out where corporate America funnels its charitable money). It also gave a massive $865,225 to another population control entity, Population Services International, which heavily pushes abortion in poor countries.
People might argue, “but they also fund good organizations like the Salvation Army, schools, museums and World Vision.” If someone offered you a plate of delicious food, but 3% of it was tainted with toxic sewage, would you be praising the meal? No amount of beneficence makes up for the fact that you help fund the destruction of innocent human beings. What if just one of their recipients were the KKK? Would anyone argue that it doesn’t matter? Considering Planned Parenthood kills more black lives in 2 weeks than the KKK did in a century, it should matter. (FYI: Planned Parenthood’s founder, boasted in her autobiography about speaking at a KKK meeting, and many others like it. One of her most prominent Birth Control League—which was renamed Planned Parenthood–Board members, Lothrop Stoddard, was an “exalted cyclops” in the KKK. His deeply racist 1921 book, The Rising Tide of Color Against White World Supremacy, inspired the wretched NAZIS. So, there’s that.)
In an effort to push a false sense of gender equality, Procter & Gamble makes the claim in a 2017 ad: “Households don’t care who head them.” Well, ad agencies may affirm that, but reality doesn’t. Those in poverty care. According to the US Census Bureau, only 5.6% of households with intact families (married mother and father) are below the poverty line. Among householders headed by a single father, 13.1% are below the poverty line. Single-mother led homes are five times more likely to be in poverty than intact married homes and twice as likely as single-father households, with 26.6% below the poverty line.
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SOURCE: Christian Post, Ryan Bomberger