Earlier this year, Choice USA launched a "Bro-Choice" campaign to encourage men to speak out against reproductive injustice. Cut to hoards of conservative bloggers lambasting an imaginary douche collective of "horny young men who think 'women's right to choose' translates to 'men's right to use.'"
"Real Beauty" features and advertisements cleverly sell you products under the guise of body-positivity while actually reinforcing the idea that a woman's worth is based on the way she looks to others.
The website features a not-so-Victoria's-Secrety model (she's not white and super skinny with boobs like buoyant watermelons) wearing pink underwear with the phrase "No Means No" emblazoned on the crotch and more pleas to "Join the consent revolution."
I can't stop thinking about the three men who died taking bullets for their girlfriends. Words and phrases used to describe the men by their lovers and families include "gentlemen," "the kind of guy you want your daughter to be with," and multiple variations on the word "hero."