I'm not the bully in the Gillette commercial. I'm not the guy that cat-calls. I'm not a racist.
I am male. I have grown into being a man. I had good examples growing up. I joined the Marines when I was 19. I served six years on active duty and received an honorable discharge. I married at 20. Our relationship has lasted 42 years and continues. I raised four sons and survived the death of one of them. I have worked steadily since I was in high school. I have never been stopped for anything more serious than traffic violations. I volunteer in my community in what I consider meaningful ways.
Gillette may not be able to walk this back but they ought to try. It's wrong to insult people because of their gender.
Meanwhile, here's a response from another company.