SUZANNE HARRINGTON: Razor ad too close to bone for fragile men

Oh boy. How much more polarised can we become, without actually relocating to the dwindling icebergs at opposite ends of the planet? 

Is it really so horrific to suggest that men set a good example for each other and for boys, even if the message comes from a company like Proctor & Gamble?

Yes, this is about the Gillette advert. Razors, toxic masculinity, and online hissy fits.

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