The new Gillette commercial, in my opinion, is brilliant.
It addresses toxic masculinity by showing the way things may have been done "back in the day" and then shows how the situation SHOULD have been handled.
Yesterday, my wife told me that it had been a topic on one of her favorite daytime talk shows and that there had been some controversy surrounding it. Why? Why would we not want to promote men doing a better job of holding other men accountable? Its the only way we can get better and create a truly equal playing field for all.
Check out the full length version: