Saturday 11 May 2024

Keep Your Conscience Squeaky Clean With An Alternative To P&G Radical LGBTQ Activists

 Many people do their best thinking in the shower. Most do their best singing in the shower. But not everyone realizes the shower can also become the perfect spot for fighting the cultural rot currently infecting our society.

It’s true. The shower represents one more place where you’re spending your hard-earned money, not just on water and electricity but also on the products designed to keep you (and your integrity) squeaky clean. Enter: Jeremy’s Razors and personal care products.

There’s never been a better time to try out Jeremy’s Shampoo and Jeremy’s Body Wash, which are currently having a Buy One Get One sale. The shampoo is made with restorative Tea Tree Oil and fortifying Argan Oil that cleanses your conscience while smelling amazing. Also, Jeremy’s rejuvenating charcoal body wash sloughs off dead skin and lathers away liberal talking points with ease.

One of the best reasons for choosing Jeremy’s – besides the amazing two for one deal – is that you can feel good about supporting the brand, which stands in stark contrast to some of the most well-known hair care brands: Pantene, Head & Shoulders, Herbal Essence, Old Spice, Aussie, and My Black is Beautiful. 

All of those are owned by the behemoth multinational consumer goods corporation Procter & Gamble, which is a frontrunner in the unspoken competition for the title “wokest company of all.” Their involvement in promoting LGBTQ acceptance goes far beyond posting a rainbow flag to Instagram every June. The company, which has a valuation of close to $390 billion, actively seeks to promote “inclusion” at every turn.

For example: P&G partnered with GLAAD, the world’s largest LGBTQ media advocacy organization, for their “Visibility Project” initiative in 2021. The campaign seeks to “drive and to sustain LGBTQ inclusion in ads and marketing and to leverage the power of these mediums to accelerate LGBTQ acceptance.” 

In other words, it’s not your imagination: there are more ads featuring LGBT individuals, including ads prominently displayed where children can see them. P&G is leading the charge to make these advertisements the standard across the board. Because of this, every time you add a bottle of Pantene or Head & Shoulders to your cart, you’re financially contributing to that mission.

For a long time, people who wanted personal care products without a side of indoctrination had no good alternative besides experimenting with homemade shampoo or taking on one of those gross no shower challenges. Times have changed, friends. Now with Jeremy’s on the scene, you can enjoy high-quality, woke-free shampoo and body wash from a company that supports traditional values and doesn’t shame you for feeling the same. Jeremy’s will never partner with GLAAD or wave a rainbow flag, which is the least a personal care brand should be promising you.

There’s never been a better time to stage your own P&G boycott. Stop buying these tainted products and take advantage of Jeremy’s Buy One Get One while also supporting a company that doesn’t hate you. 

Doesn’t it feel good to have clean hair, clean skin, and a spotless conscience?

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