Last week, Braun U.K. became the latest company to face backlash over transgender issues after it featured a promo showcasing a shirtless woman who identifies as transgender and has visible mastectomy scars.
While many commenters appeared shocked by Braun’s open promotion of cosmetic double mastectomies, the German razor brand’s parent company, Procter & Gamble, has pushed a Left-wing social agenda on gender, diversity, and climate issues for years.
P&G, which was first formed in 1837 in Cincinnati, Ohio, has grown to be one of the largest companies in the world, with dozens of brands generating billions in revenue, reporting net sales of over $80 billion for fiscal year 2023.
The company’s embrace of radical gender ideology started back in the 1980s and 1990s when the company began addressing LGBT issues and became one of the first companies to add “sexual orientation” to its nondiscrimination policies.
Throughout the 2000s, the P&G would push gender and sexuality issues through advertising and by 2007 the company would take credit for showing the first male gay kiss on daytime TV in “As the World Turns,” a soap opera produced by the company.
Later, during the public battles…