On the tails of a vastly ridiculed Pepsi commercial that suggested Kendall Jenner could solve all the problems between Black Lives Matter and police by offering them Pepsi, another company continues to jump onboard the liberal propaganda bandwagon in an attempt to sell their product.
Dove, the soap company that recently ran a commercial celebrating a crossdressing man who claimed to be the biological mother of his child, has now created six limited edition body wash bottles, each shaped differently to help women feel better about their differing body shapes and sizes.
The blowback on social media was immediate and merciless.
Cassie St. Onge wrote mockingly on Twitter, “What happens if you use the wrong @Dove bottle shape for your body type? Will the soap not fit me? Can I die?”
Tom the milk said, “idk about you but i havent been feeling at a loss bc my shampoo bottle isnt the same shape as my body... thanks but no thanks, Dove…”
Derek Thompson, senior editor at The Atlantic, hilariously pointed out, “Finally consumers without arms, legs, or heads can buy a soap that truly represents them.”
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