August 23, 2018

#MeToo, Plus-Size Models Killing Off Victoria’s Secret

Martina MarkotaRebel Contributor

Since 1977, Victoria’s Secret has been selling lingerie, night gowns, womenswear and more to women who want to look their best. Their model has focused on providing people with undergarments that make them look and feel good, and the demand has remained high over the decades.

But now, things are changing. Victoria’s Secret is struggling because of the increasing usage of plus-size models, and attacks from the #MeToo movement.

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commented 2018-08-24 03:12:47 -0400
I have seen many full figure women i would call sexy, but keep them for a full figure line, why change an existing one?
commented 2018-08-23 22:30:19 -0400
Looking at Victoria Secrets clothing, the Secret is, if you can’t get into their clothing items, you are not beautiful. Because they are made for women that are in shape. They are not made for Fat Ass Hippos with a perverted view that they are beautiful. The old school ideals of what beauty is works. Trying to pass off Fat Ass Hippos and Ugly Ass Wart Hogs as beautiful WILL NOT work. It will just give those that ARE BEAUTIFUL and those that know the difference something to ridicule and laugh at.
commented 2018-08-23 20:51:38 -0400
They have milkers for Holsteins as well as Jersey cows.
commented 2018-08-23 18:55:34 -0400
Who cares what she’s selling..!! Women look their best when their happy..!!!