Men's and women's Gillette razor ad arguments show no difference

January 19 2019 - 12:00am
Illustration: Alan Moir Photo:
Illustration: Alan Moir Photo:

Kevin Donnelly ("Toxic feminism is not the answer", January 18) makes a brave attempt to justify his opposition to the Gillette ad, but brings himself undone when he claims that "masculinity involves courage, strength, empathy and bravery". Those are not purely masculine attributes. These are worthwhile human values that both sexes can lay claim to. Women also, may sometimes see the opposite sex as "alluring". - Shirley Bains, Blaxland

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