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Is there truth in Dove's body image ad? And Gillette needs it.
The company has been hit hard by the trend away from a clean-shaven face and toward beards; direct-to-consumer affordable-razor companies have also undercut the company's prices and its profits. Backlash and an alleged boycott led by a handful of loud and angry men?
More press, which will surely be countered with pro-feminist consumers buying more razors in defiance of the Piers Morgans of the world.
Buying consumer goods won't bring about the end of gender inequality, and Gillette is far from the first company to use feminist ideals to sell a product remember that Dove " Real Beauty" campaign? And Pantene's "strong is beautiful" spot? No, the revolution will not be advertised. But feminism can indeed be co-opted to sell you stuff.
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But that doesn't mean the ad is bad. While the Gillette ad is hardly a way to move gender equality forward, it is a marker of that movement. Companies don't advertise on concepts they think will tank their brands. That's why so many ads have been so sexist for so long: There was very little cost to misogyny in the service of capitalism. But thanks to significant feminist progress in recent years, that calculus is shifting. Stay up to date That the advertisers behind the Gillette spot believe men will be receptive to these ads -- or perhaps that those mothers, wives and girlfriends who do the family's personal care shopping will be receptive to these ads -- suggests a significant and feminist-minded cultural shift.
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Following intense criticism and backlash Pepsi Cola pulled the ad and had to apologize for it. What seemed to be a brilliant move, buying a high-margin, market-dominant brand, this soured quickly as grooming habits changed and competition intensified. The biggest threat came from Dollar Shave Club, a direct-to-consumer start-up with great appeal for Millennials.
The ad is amateurishly stereotypical and mostly offers a caricature of masculinity.