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Twitter users are also sharing their disappointment with Gillette's new campaign.
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I sex chat granny lincoln nebraska used Gillette razors since they sent me a free sample on my 18th birthday, and will no longer buy any of their products. But the brand believes the new advert aligns with its slogan and says it believes in "the best in men. Rob says Gillette will have anticipated a negative reaction to the advert from some people. The Gillette ad clearly calls out sexual harassment and bullying, and says "Some men are already doing fine.
View original tweet on Twitter Thank you, Gillettefor taking a chance on attaching your tagline to something meaningful, important and real. This conversation needs to happen. View original tweet on Twitter The Gillette ad gave me goosebumps.
Great and strong message. Simply put, just "care".
But would also like to hear those who have issue with it, as I can't figure why. View original tweet on Twitter "We knew message girl online ing the dialogue on 'Modern Manhood' would mean changing how we think about and portray men at every turn," adds Gary Coombe. Listen to Newsbeat live at and every weekday on BBC Radio 1 and 1Xtra - if you miss us you can listen back here.