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I am appalled at your marketing of eroticism to girls and young women. I find it truly reprehensible that Victoria’s Secret would sexualize young girls and target and manipulate this vulnerable age group for your profit and at their expense. And the price they will pay is high. Girls and young women plagued by poor body image, eating disorders, promiscuity – causing both immense physical and emotional damage.
Instead of fostering her intrinsic value, Victoria’s Secret is sending the message that a young woman’s worth is dependent upon her sexuality – equating femininity with eroticism. Objectifying girls and women as nothing more than sexual objects to be used for the pleasure of men.
The soft-core pornographic imagery of Victoria’s Secret sexually objectifies women in the eyes of men and boys, arouses lust, and promotes disrespect of women - irresponsibly adding to our already sexually charged society.
All of us in society have a responsibility to nurture and protect our youth – not bombard them with a flood of sexualized messages. I strongly urge you to do the right thing - stop marketing eroticism.
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