Gillette is breaking families

Gillette is breaking families

There are 9 comments on the Men's News Daily story from Dec 16, 2009, titled Gillette is breaking families. In it, Men's News Daily reports that:

A Hyderabad-based women's NGO joins hands with its male counterparts against the Shave India Campaign Bollywood hotties Mugdha Godse, Neha Dhupia and Minissha Lamba are urging women to encourage their men to get rid of facial hair.

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Arti Chabria

Mumbai, India

#1 Dec 22, 2009
This is sooo silly...i dont think such an issue of cleanliness and fashion will cause a breakup of a family.....
Kimberly Atkins

Mumbai, India

#2 Dec 22, 2009
Well i like my men shaved...if they dont shave then we have an issue... Dont be lazy boyz.
Nina Hardins

Mumbai, India

#3 Dec 25, 2009
Well, women also have to shave their legs and wax alot of the body to look more appealing to men...If men want to be appealing to women, they should go in for the clean shaved smooth look...
Rupa Rohatgi

Mumbai, India

#4 Dec 27, 2009
I would never breakup with my loved one over shaving or not shaving...this minor issue can be handled much more lightly....
Veerat Goel

Mumbai, India

#5 Dec 27, 2009
I;d never breakup with my wife or fight over shaving or unshaving. If it really bother her, id just shave it off and resolve this small issue..Families are strong bonds and dont get disolve with such issues.
Nikhil Veerappan

Mumbai, India

#6 Jan 1, 2010
Does common sense ever prevailed when someone wrote this article...How can a consumer product campaign ever break families? Doesnt the NGO have better obligations towards our country?
Nikhil Veerappan

Mumbai, India

#7 Jan 1, 2010
Why didnt common sense prevail when someone wrote this baseless article? And doesnt the NGO have obligations towards our country?
Mamata Biyaji

Mumbai, India

#8 Jan 1, 2010
Looks like the anti movements have too much spare time to target consumer products. God, whats wrong in getting the men shaved? Its not a stipulation, merely a woman's desire...
Nikhil Veerappan

Mumbai, India

#9 Jan 1, 2010
Why didnt common sense prevail when someone wrote this article is beyond me...And doesnt the NGO group have important obligations towards our country?

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