Egard Watch Company | A Man

Egard Watch Company | A Man

“On Tuesday, Egard Watch Company released an advertisement on YouTube in response to Gillette’s controversial ad regarding alleged “toxic masculinity.”

The video features footage of men in various situations — from fighting fires to hugging their children — while the company’s founder, Ilan Srulovicz, narrates. The footage and narration are accompanied by sobering statistics relating to men.”

[Watch Company Launches Response To Gillette ‘Toxic Masculinity’ Ad; It Goes Viral | Daily Wire]

[ Reviewed Unto Righteousness Below ]

Good for the Egard Watch Company, may purchase a watch not needed.

The Gillette Company needs a sharp correction.1

Do not put up with anyone who divides you, slaps you in the face, pushes him, or, herself forward that is putting on airs keep you from walking in the love of Jesus Christ.

Putting up with fools like the Gillette company is not the Christian way.

Do not be like the fools who are all too glad to follow politicians or judges who enslave them with false accusations of sub-conscious white privilege, sexism or any other ism. [See Seattle’s King County Judge Susan Craighead’s bigotry]2

From Cultural Christianity to the current crop of political pundits do not put up with fools putting on airs.

To put up with fools that will exploit you is to cave-in to lies, surrender to sinister manipulations and help them fulfill their lustful desires.

But alas, most individuals desire the fool because such foolishness feeds their sinful folly.

For you gladly put up with fools, being wise yourselves!

For you put up with it when someone makes slaves of you,

or preys upon you,

or takes advantage of you,

or puts on airs,

or gives you a slap in the face.

To my shame, I must say, we were too weak for that!

(2 Corinthians 11:19-21)

Reviewed Unto Righteousness | Proverbs 18:2 | Timothy Williams
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“Srulovicz said that he was at one point being urged to do the video anonymously, but that a quote pushed him to release it as a company advertisement: “There are only two places actions can come from — they’re either going to come from fear or they’re going to come from love.”

SRULOVICZ: Releasing it anonymously felt like an action out of fear, not out of love. Putting something I’ve built and something that means so much to me behind this video would be an action out of love. So, I decided to go in that direction. I also thought that an anonymous video wouldn’t have the same impact as a company saying, “This type of message is okay. This type of message is good.””

[Watch Company Launches Response To Gillette ‘Toxic Masculinity’ Ad; It Goes Viral | Daily Wire]