Fox Nation host Tomi Lahren ripped Gillette for a controversial advertisement targeting "toxic masculinity."

The video promotes the mentality that men can do better at holding each other accountable for their negative actions, specifically sexual harassment and bullying.

There has been a massive backlash to the ad, with many social media users commenting that they will no longer buy Gillette products.

In her "Final Thoughts" on Wednesday, Tomi said women are also capable of bullying and harassment, but feminists pass that off as "female empowerment," not "toxic femininity."

"I, like so many of you watching, am so sick and tired of this virtue-signaling, man-bashing exaggeration from companies looking to gain social points with liberals," Tomi said.

She said that conservative men who value masculinity don't appreciate being "endlessly attacked," and she predicted this will affect Gillette's bottom line.

"Now, I'm not calling for a boycott or for Americans to throw away their Gillette products. I think all of that is senseless, petty and silly," Tomi said. "But I have a feeling many men across the country might think twice when they walk down that razor aisle."

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