Victoria's Secret shouldn't dictate what 'sexy' is if transgender models don't fit its 'fantasy'


Another day, another non-apology from a man.

Victoria's Secret issued a message on behalf of its Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) Ed Razek, clarifying statements that Razek made in Vogue about why the lingerie brand hasn't cast trans models in its tentpole fashion shows. 

Razek originally stated that Victoria's Secret has not and should not cast trans models because they're not consistent with the "fantasy," as he called it, presented by the show. Now, Razek says that the company has never cast trans models because they simply didn't make the cut, not because of their gender. And that Victoria's Secret would "absolutely cast a transgender model." Read more...

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