‘The World Doesn’t Need Another Proud Boy’: Someone Creates Ad Posters To Shame White Supremacist Group

‘The World Doesn’t Need Another Proud Boy’: Someone Creates Ad Posters To Shame White Supremacist Group

About two weeks ago, Donald Trump caused outrage when he refused to condemn the white supremacist group Proud Boys during his first presidential debate. Instead, he told them to “stand back and stand by.” The internet reacted immediately, and the hashtag #ProudBoys started trending for all the right reasons after LGBT people on Twitter hijacked the hashtag to show who the real proud boys are. See the #proudboys posts with men happily embracing, kissing, and celebrating love in our previous article.


But the presidential debates are far from over. And while Trump and Biden are gearing up for their last debate tomorrow, a group of friends from an advertising agency decided that they’d had enough of white supremacist BS. Thus, they came up with a comeback advertising campaign that celebrates what real men are proud of.


In a series of posters, the men were photographed in their natural settings with the all-telling slogan “The World Doesn’t Need Another Proud Boy. Be A Man.” Posted on Imgur by the user @proudman, the ads created a real stir with 7.6k upvotes and were awarded with “mind-blowing accolade.” And they surely deserved it.


After the first Biden and Trump debate, a group of friends had enough and produced this fictional ad campaign to shame white supremacists



Image credits: proudman



Image credits: proudman



Image credits: proudman



Image credits: proudman



Image credits: proudman


And people loved the idea