Slowly but surely the world is becoming a better place to live in. Before you know it, we'll all be free to be ourselves, both men and women.
Gillette, the king of the male shaving routine since 1900, says enough with the "boys will be boys" thinking. No one benefits from that. Not women, not the general public, and certainly not men themselves.
The new Gillette ad hopes to inspire men to be the best they can be and promotes a healthy understanding of what it means to be a man.
It does seem like a great message to send, doesn't it? But oh, how much criticism has Gillette received since the ad aired on Sunday.
But Gillette is standing strong behind their message. I can almost hear the conversation that must have taken place in their headquarters just before the ad's release.
"You know they're not going to like it, right?"
"They don't have to like it. They just need to see it."