Friday, March 10, 2017



The Brawny Man is now a Brawny Woman



Wrap it up ladies, because we’ve finally accomplished it all: The Brawny Man is being turned into a Brawny Woman.

As part of Georgia-Pacific’s #StrengthHasNoGender initiative, Wal-Mart will be selling special commemorative “Brawny Woman” 8-packs of paper towels all March, which just happens to be Women’s History Month. Pick some up to clean up all your kids’ kitchen messes, ladies! You’re doing the cleaning, after all, whether you’re on the label or not. And here’s hoping Wal-Mart has them on sale, since you’re going to need a deal, given that you’re making just $.79 for every male dollar, and your income will probably peak when you’re just 39. But it’s the little victories, right?

Sales of the product—which, by the way, is owned by The Koch Brothers—will help fund a $75,000 donation Brawny is making to Girls Inc.’s SMART programming, which is a totally valid program meant to nurture girls interested in science, technology, engineering, and math.

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10 comments:

Anonymous said...

count down from 10. That's how long it will be before someone claims that this ad campaign is making women the little homemaker in charge of domestic tasks.

Bird of Paradise said...

Just wait until they replace Uncle Sam with Aunt Sissy

Anonymous said...

Progressives do not want to hear it but 46% of executive positions in the USA are held by women. The few studies of women who do not have or want children show their earning potential is equivalent to their male counterparts. The decision to have children has a huge impact on a woman's earning potential and trying to equalize that is sexist discrimination against males. The same holds for race, given similar education and IQ the difference between black, white yellow, etc. is more about individuals than race.


MDH

Anonymous said...

To be honest I could care less about the picture on the packaging, the simple fact that Brawny has failed to embrace the "half sheet" means I will not buy that brand.

Spurwing Plover the Fighting Shorebird said...

Can anyone still remember when Aunt Jimima wore a scarf?

Anonymous said...

I'm laughing my hairy butt off. If that's not Sarah Palin behind that logo, I'm a monkey's uncle....

No racism intended, take your outrage and shove it.

Anonymous said...

6:42 AM I hate half sheets; they are very annoying !

ЯΞ√ΩLUT↑☼N said...

75 grand donation for the girls interested in science and math but not babies and alimony? That would make about 25 grand each, right?

Anonymous said...

"Strength has no Gender." Riiiight! "Hey babe, wanna arm wrestle?"

Spurwing Plover the fighting shorebird said...

Wait until liberals demand all teams named for preditorial animals be changed to more snowflake names so their silly little sensitive feeling wont be hirt and they wont be scared by eagles and lions