Rosey Grier’s Needlepoint for Men

No comment I make about this could possibly do justice, so I’m just going to say “Enjoy.”

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7 Responses to “Rosey Grier’s Needlepoint for Men”

  1. Uuuuummmmm, yeah.

  2. Sophia Walker Says:

    Oh my god that is so awesome! Love it.

  3. Well I’m out of words, but I’m smiling. Thanks for sharing it. :)
    Happy easter /Therese

  4. That. Is. Awesome.

  5. The ad is not sexist and is not mocking women, it's only showing that men need to be more like women and be more open about discussing health issues. The ad is more of a compliment to women rather than putting them down. Plus, no where in the ad does it say anything about being "girly". Everywhere you go you see the pink ribbon and ads about women discussing breast cancer and the importance of getting a mammogram. Women do not seem ashamed about talking about this issue and therefore, more women are getting checked early and more lives are being saved. Men on the other hand do not speak as openly about health issues, specifically prostate cancer, and therefore, do not get a PSA early enough and find out too late that they've been diagnosed. In that sense, the ad is only stating that men, like women, need to get check ups more frequently and early on. The more men that get a check up earlier, the more lives that will be saved in the long run.

  6. The ad is not sexist and is not mocking women, it's only showing that men need to be more like women and be more open about discussing health issues. The ad is more of a compliment to women rather than putting them down. Plus, no where in the ad does it say anything about being "girly". Everywhere you go you see the pink ribbon and ads about women discussing breast cancer and the importance of getting a mammogram. Women do not seem ashamed about talking about this issue and therefore, more women are getting checked early and more lives are being saved. Men on the other hand do not speak as openly about health issues, specifically prostate cancer, and therefore, do not get a PSA early enough and find out too late that they've been diagnosed. In that sense, the ad is only stating that men, like women, need to get check ups more frequently and early on. The more men that get a check up earlier, the more lives that will be saved in the long run.

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