Com­pa­ny Behind Trans­gen­der Razor Pro­mo Has Pushed Gen­der Ide­ol­o­gy For Years

Company Behind Transgender Razor Promo Has Pushed Gender Ideology For Years

Last week, Braun U.K. became the lat­est com­pa­ny to face back­lash over trans­gen­der issues after it fea­tured a pro­mo show­cas­ing a shirt­less woman who iden­ti­fies as trans­gen­der and has vis­i­ble mas­tec­to­my scars.
While many com­menters appeared shocked by Braun’s open pro­mo­tion of cos­met­ic dou­ble mas­tec­tomies, the Ger­man razor brand’s par­ent com­pa­ny, Proc­ter & Gam­ble, has pushed a Left-wing social agen­da on gen­der, diver­si­ty, and cli­mate issues for years.
P&G, which was first formed in 1837 in Cincin­nati, Ohio, has grown to be one of the largest com­pa­nies in the world, with dozens of brands gen­er­at­ing bil­lions in rev­enue, report­ing net sales of over $80 bil­lion for fis­cal year 2023.
The company’s embrace of rad­i­cal gen­der ide­ol­o­gy start­ed back in the 1980s and 1990s when the com­pa­ny began address­ing LGBT issues and became one of the first com­pa­nies to add “sex­u­al ori­en­ta­tion” to its nondis­crim­i­na­tion poli­cies.
Through­out the 2000s, the P&G …