Chief Executive Officer of a watch company said on Monday he created online advertising in response to Gillette's new ad that fights for "toxic masculinity," which provoked indignation. from fighting the fire to hugging children, as company founder Ilan Srulovic asks, "What is a man?"
"There is a movement in society that I feel has just painted people with a wide brush," Srulovic told Fox & Friends on Monday.
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Manhood: "I just do not feel masculinity is toxic."
"I think manliness can be beautiful," he said.
Srulovic said he created the ad, despite the reaction of friends and colleagues who feared the ad will attract attention from
"You can look at what Gillette did, which is to take the minority, the worst person and to say, "Well, some people are not. "But some are not enough," he said. 1
Gillette's advert takes its famous slogan" The Best One You Can Get "and replaces it with" The Best Men Can Be. "
Click here to get FOX NEWS APP  Gillette's announcement debuted last week, and according to a Fox News report, while ad has earned praise, she has also been criticized for having featured an "offensive" message suggesting that the mizogenie is widespread among men.