January 17, 2019
Unsurprisingly, a front-hole is behind Gillette’s latest ad. She previously made an ad for feminine hygiene brand Libresse about singing vaginas.
The director behind Gillette’s controversial new ad is a woman whose past work includes an ode to female genitals and a short film that explores ‘toxic masculinity’ featuring a protagonist whose life crumbles when he becomes addicted to steroids.
Feminists worship female genitals. It is known.
Their obsession towards pussies appears to surpass even that of most men.
Kim Gehrig, the director of the new ad, is an Australian mother-of-two who lives in London, England, and has a lengthy history of taking aim at social ills through her work.
Gehrig, who has also produced ads for Uber and Gap, is on the roster of creative agency Somesuch – an LA-based firm, whose founder Sally Campbell has been outspoken about championing women and has called out President Trump on Twitter.
Somesuch produced the ad for Grey, a part of the advertising giant WPP.
It was first shown at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas earlier this month in a presentation fronted by Marc Pritchard, the chief brand officer of Procter & Gamble, Gillette’s parent company – a display of how keen the multinational is on the new campaign.
The commission for Gehrig was itself consciously social activism on the part of P&G, who found her through Free the Bid, a non-profit which tries to raise the profile of female and non-white advertising directors.
What? Of course not. Gillette conducted market research and concluded that the best way to increase profits is to demean their customers. Putting a woman in charge of that task just adds insult to injury.
Women can’t teach men how to be men, only men know how to be men. In fact, men are the force that makes women behave feminine when women do behave in a feminine way. Femininity comes after masculinity. For it to exist, masculinity must be present first.
Testosterone has been dropping for generations and the Jews continue to brainwash our men, turning them into thirsty addicts that are easy to control.
The testosterone levels of Buzzfeed writers vs those of normal men.
This removes masculinity from the picture, which in turns removes femininity from the picture, and leaves us with this androgynous society.
Women yearn for masculinity. The Jews use that to their advantage, and women end up doing whatever they can to import savages that could display some of that dominant behavior they crave so much.
The hand rubbers have ruined heterosexual relationships and promised men a path to obtain what they were deliberately deprived of, but the path they offer doesn’t really lead you to any kind of fulfilling relationship with women because it is designed to turn you into a gear for their shekel machinery. Making money, having a car, being kind, buying expensive shit… all of that is not needed to fuck women. What you need to fuck women is to fix your head and stop putting yourself below them.
This isn’t to say making money or having a car are bad things, you should make money and you can have a car if you want to, but don’t think of those as requirements that you have to meet in order to enjoy women. All kinds of subhuman garbage enjoy access to our women on a daily basis, and they have none of what the mainstream portrays as what women look for in men.
Women want to be brutally dominated. That’s what they like. They orgasm when they’re raped and rape is their most popular sexual fantasy. Whether they were made that way or that’s a trait we selected for through generations has the same practical consequences.
We lead, they follow. We tell them what they’ll enjoy, and they’ll enjoy it. We’ll tell them what to do, and they’ll do it.
Your sexual energy is fuel. Don’t pour it into Jewish engines.
Somesuch’s portfolio shows that it shares Gehrig’s socially active approach, with notable campaigns that include Audi’s feminist 2017 Super Bowl commercial and an ad for feminine hygiene brand Libresse – which is sold as Bodyform in the UK – that offered a no-holds barred look at menstruation – including shots of blood and period sex.
Do you think something like that would fly in a serious country like China?
And a recent campaign for international feminine hygiene brand Libresse – known in the UK as Bodyform – was an ode to the vagina and featured objects resembling vulvas, including conch shells and oysters, singing along to Camille Yarbrough’s Take Yo’ Praise.
Enjoy the longer version.
We’ll look back at this from a better place and remember the perversions we allowed the Jews to promote, but we have to push through first and win.
There’s no other way to save our people. We have to defeat our enemies.
We have to fight together.
Editor's Note: With regards to this bitch claiming that men get addicted to steroids, I have never heard of this. I have of course heard of people going nuts on steroids and fucking trannies, which happens a lot, but not addiction as such. I Googled it and there are some people saying you can become "psychologically dependent" even though there is no physical addiction involved, but everyone I've ever known has quit whenever they wanted to quit, usually when they start really swinging drastically between crying in public and attacking random people. This bitch appears to have been using "steroids" as a metaphor for masculinity or natural testosterone. The man was "addicted" to behaving in a masculine manner. This fits directly into what we are now hearing about how masculinity itself is a threat to the feminist social order.