#SayWhatNow?: L'Oreal Features Black Man Wearing Makeup For Their First Male Makeup Ad!

Did L'Oreal Make the Right Move By Doing This Ad?


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SirReginald

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L'Oreal we couldn't show the nice features of an everyday Black man :francis: Aren't you the same company who FIRED a biracial transgirl :jbhmm:

This is on purpose :stopitslime:

 

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If we want to include people, then we should include everyone. What I mean by that is gay, straight, bisexual, pan, gender fluid, and etc. That's step one to an equal level playing field in my view :manny:
 

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They love promoting gay black men for some reason.

I always said that white society's preoccupation with gay black men has to do with diminishing the masculinity of black men in general....and has to do with slavery, sex farms, and buck breaking.
L'Oreal we couldn't show the nice features of an everyday Black man :francis: Aren't you the same company who FIRED a biracial transgirl :jbhmm:
that biracial transgirl spoke up against white privilege and got canned by L'oreal. Judging by their response we can automatically assume they are a racist company.
 

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That's who's going to buy it. From a money perspective companies want to research as many demographics as they can. There was a commercial a while back with a cac man in makeup.

Don't care probably wouldn't never seen this video if it wasn't posted on here for some reason.
 
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