Lahren has now waded into the debate surrounding the new Gillette advert, which has created a huge backlash against the razor blade company from men's rights activists and people of a right-wing persuasion.
The advert which addresses toxic masculinity, sexual harassment and the #MeToo movement has seen a boycott of Gillette products and claims that 'not all men' are like this.
This kind of argument misses the point of the advert and the message it was trying to convey but it didn't stop Lahren from weighing in with a rather illogical point.
The only people applauding @Gillette are social justice warriors who believe the solution to all the world’s proble… https://t.co/Lq6okzKEHw
The only people applauding Gillette are social justice warriors who believe the solution to all the world’s problems is for men to act less like men and more like women.
Well here’s a newsflash- women are also capable of bullying each other, harassing each other AND men!
In a tweet, she posted an hour before the above one, she did agree that some men are guilty of 'thinking in their pants' and not with their brains but undid that by adding that "playing with dolls, wearing makeup, gender neutral pronouns, or an overdramatic ad will do ZERO to correct sick men who do sick things."
There are sick men who do sick things because they think in their pants not their brains-agree.
BUT playing with d… https://t.co/KiluqvLXq9