Quote:who cares? This is the first I have seen of it one way or another. I heard about it and figured it was going to be worse than that.
Teaching young boys to treat women with respect and to generally be respectful should not be controversial. Nor is it making men less manly.
It is funny to me that so many men are offended by this but other generalities are expected to be taken in stride. Don't be so offended. These things are problems, even if not all men or even most men partake in them.
Raising your children to respect each other is hardly controversial.
It's not about whether the message is entirely or somewhat agreeable. More irritating is that it's coming from people who don't have their shit together, either. So that's one point of view.
Another is this: Not all of us still live with our parents, bd. Most of us moved out when we came of age and got tired of the nagging.
They are allowed their point of view on things. And it is not like the objectification of women is not still an issue. The things in the commercial do happen. It is calling light to it.
Who cares if you live in your parents basement or not?