Whether you agree or disagree with Gillette's ad about toxic masculinity, there's no arguing that it caused quite a discussion, and a watch company decided it needed to jump into the fray. Is it too cynical to question whether they did it to stand up for men, or just for the publicity? Either way, it's a pretty good ad which reminds people how much men do right. Please don't tell Alyssa Milano about this blog. We don't want her coming after us.