I found this article to be interesting, especially because it is taking a new perspective focusing on men.
My discussion questions are as follows: Do you believe violence needs to be used in all advertisements to provoke men (specifically middle and upper-class white males) into buying a product, whether it be a pair of boxers or a new exercising equipment? What is the effect in violence being used in these advertisements for the most part? Do you believe men mostly think about the product itself, instead of the idea of violence? Between 2011 and now, has the grey line between masculinity and violence become more or less promiment? In which ways?