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Former Victoria Secret Employee to Empower Women

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This former Victoria's Secret employee was inspired to create an inclusive lingerie brand after being dissatisfied with the toxic industry.
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It is true that the industry put pathologically emancipated women on stage, but encouraging women to be overweight or obese is as dangerous for one’s health that being underweight. There is a healthy weight range, let’s stick to it by avoiding toxic food and taking a walk and stairs once in a while!
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When I buy lingerie, i'm not thinking about comfort, I'm thinking, does this bra/panty make my boobs/ass look close to when I was 27?? If yes, i'm taking it. If I chose comfort, my boobs would be sagging close to my waist line by now but they're not because I've always worn push up.
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That’s great. Then I went to their website and well, it didn’t look super inclusive to me.
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You say you're adding sizes... When are you going into cup sizes for the women who don't fit the supermodel bra sizes? You've not got anything that Victoria Secret doesn't have. Same sizes, same lack of diversity. You want us to respect you? Give us an option for a cute bra that actually fits!
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I wonder what size do they go up to?
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No man cares about the panties or bra,,, they just get ripped off asap to get to the goodies.
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Imagine my surprise when another bra company promises comfort for women and to be different than the other lingerie companies only to find they have a hundred cute styles for women who don't need bras and zero for women who do. Guess what women in f,g,h cups need cute bras , we want to feel good about our bodies too. We want to feel pretty, we want comfort, we want to not feel like we have to wear horse halters every day. But NO ONE even you give a fudge about big busts(not rib cages) because they are not"cute". Well i say, don't claim to be about empowering women to feel good about their bodies when you leave a giant part of female society out of your product line. It really upsets me that A cups and B cups heck even C cups get so many choices of beautiful bras when they don't even need them. It is a slap in the face really.
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Victoria's Secret does need body diversity. A plus size section. Not everyone is in their twenties and has a perfect model body. Women come in all shapes and sizes and any company that represents that will become popular over time . Besides when I take my daughter to buy bras I wanna buy a bra there as well.
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and it can pinch and itch and scratch and bind and restrict and gouge and poke and cost 100 times more than it's worth.
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There's so many lingerie business out there --- what sets you apart...?!
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I have yet to find a lingerie's that's comfortable and not expensive.
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