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Victoria’s Secret Angels: A Casualty of the Culture War

Next up on cancel culture’s hit list is the Victoria’s Secret Angels, a group of supermodels who play an iconic role in American culture and fashion.

Sadly, the Left’s warped version of femininity - which is really a lack thereof - has won their battle against the company’s classic image of beauty when Victoria’s Secret announced this week that they will be discontinuing the Angels who the company says are no longer “culturally relevant.”

Famed Victoria’s Secret models and former Angels once included Kendall Jenner, Adriana Lima, Naomi Campbell, Heidi Klum, and many more household names.

“When the world was changing, we were too slow to respond,” said Victoria’s Secret CEO Martin Waters, according to the Washington Examiner.

“We needed to stop being about what men want and to be about what women want,” he continued. “I’ve known that we needed to change this brand for a long time, we just haven’t had the control of the company to be able to do it.”

Therein Martin’s statement lies a huge mistake: it’s not men who are purchasing Victoria’s Secret lingerie - it’s women. It is a woke misconception to truly believe that women, generally speaking, do not aspire to look like Victoria’s Secret Angels. They do and that’s why Victoria’s Secret was a multi-billion dollar company as of 2020.

Replacing the Angels will be “VS Collective,” which is a group of individuals including lesbian soccer player Megan Rapinoe, transgender model Eileen Gu, and other “diverse” people, the company revealed.

“The VS Collective is an ever-growing group of accomplished women who share a common passion to drive positive change,” the company’s statement reads. “These extraordinary partners, with their unique backgrounds, interests and passions, will influence and shape the future of the world’s largest and most recognizable brand for women.”

Rapinoe celebrated the company’s inclusive re-branding which made her the new face of Victoria’s Secret.

“So often I felt myself on the outside looking in with brands in the beauty and fashion industry and I’m thrilled to be creating a space that sees the true spectrum of ALL women,” Rapinoe said in a statement about VS Collective.

It’s disturbing that even companies like Victoria’s Secret, who are known for celebrating beautiful women, are caving to the anti-woman, progressive mob. Unfortunately, this may not change until their decision to ax the Angels hits the company’s bottom line.

Written by Grace Saldana c/o FreedomWire

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