Here’s another product I will be boycotting because of its political correctness.
The embedded video below starts off with a tribute to Harriet Tubman as a role model for women. Disgusting!
Georgia-Pacific’s Brawny paper towels brand is paying homage to the strength of women during March, Women’s History Month, by replacing the Brawny Man with a Brawny Woman on limited edition paper towel packages. The packages include the hashtag #StrengthHasNoGender.
“Celebrating strong women everywhere whose personal stories have inspired the rest of us,” reads the packaging.
The company’s website and Youtube channel feature a series of videos celebrating women who have overcome obstacles to achieve great things. They include:
*Dr. Anna Kornbrot “overcame gender bias on her way to becoming the first woman to graduate from her Ivy League College.”
*Commercial general contractor Linda Alvarado
*16-year firefighter Maureen Stoecklein of Michigan
*Vernice Armour, the nation’s first black female combat pilot
*Dr. Valerie Montgomery Rice, president and dean of Morehouse School of Medicine
*Dr. Patty Lopez, who “proved you don’t have to be in the boy’s club to be a leader in a STEM field.”
*Brittany Wenger, a self-taught coder and the inventor of Cloud 4 Cancer. A college senior, “Brittany Wenger broke down stereotypes of what a modern coder looks like.”
The company also announced it is making a $75,000 donation to Girl’s Inc, an advocacy group focused on inspiring young girls to enter these fields.
Remember the nice Jewish “quicker picker upper lady?” Now there was a woman and a paper towel that wasn’t offensive!