Animated Razors Don’t Need Sexy Belly Buttons

The belly button is covered here, but are the shapely breasts necessary?

The new Schick Hydro Silk advertisement once again unnecessarily objectifies women’s bodies. The commercials are animated this time, but the emphasis on sexuality seems no less present than it has been in past controversial commercials.

Animated female razors don’t need to attract sexual attention. I feel like I shouldn’t have to say this.

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Aaron DeBee

Aaron DeBee

Freelance Writer/Blogger/Editor, veteran, Top Rated on Upwork, former Medium Top Writer in Humor, Feminism, Culture, Sports, NFL, etc.

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