Kat Timpf becomes unglued by Gillette ad hype, goes off on how women are shamed by ads every day

Kat Timpf, a comedian and regular on Fox News’ “The Greg Gutfeld Show,” offered a blistering, but hilarious reply to Gillette wading into the “toxic masculinity” waters, calling out the hypocrisy of the beauty and fitness industry when it comes to women.

The infamous Gillette ad instructs men on how to be better versions of themselves, according to the latest standards by social justice warriors on the left, Timpf pointed out that the advertising industry is constantly telling women they’re not good enough.

Gillette was hit major backlash over the new ad released last week that appeared to smear all men as predatory bullies, losing customers in the droves.

 

“Welcome to the entire beauty and fitness industry,” she said. “It’s like, your hair’s not that shiny; you need this to make your hair more shiny like her hair. Your butt’s too big, or your butt’s too small.”

And Timpf was just getting started, as she proceeded to rattle off transgressions like a machine-gun.

“Or, oh no, that bra is gross,” she continued. “You can’t wear that bra; no one is ever going to have sex with you if you wear that bra. Or, you’d look so much prettier if you’d smile more. … Ew, not like not, though, your teeth aren’t white enough; you got to use these white strips first like this lady.”

“Notice how this lady, she’s baking gluten-free brownies for her kids before they go to school,” Timpf rambled on. “Do you do that for your kids? Are you a s—-y mom? Oh yeah, you’re a s—-y mom.”

“Not only are you a s—-y mom, but you’re also fat and you look a little tired. You should put some concealer under those eyes … and you look old … lotion, you need to lotion yourself and your body so you don’t start to look old.”

On and on she went, breathlessly pointing out one example after another of how the advertising industry is forever telling women how they need to improve themselves, leaving viewers to wonder if she was ever going to stop.

Tyrus, another regular on the show, eventually interjected to say Timpf “ain’t gonna stop,” jokingly telling producers to go to a commercial.

Host Greg Gutfeld was doubling over in laughter at her rant.

“No, women are never told anything that needs to be different, Greg,” Timpf would conclude when she finally did stop.

The impressive tirade drew a hearty response from the live audience, which erupted in applause and laughter.

Tom Tillison

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