The Victoria's Secret backlash shows no signs of slowing down. Over the weekend, protestors stripped down to their underwear inside one of the lingerie giant's London stores.
The participants, who dubbed themselves "the fallen angels," were a diverse group of women from all walks of life. They carried signs, chanted "Fashion has failed us!" and made a powerful plea for diversity across all brands — although Victoria's Secret was their original target.
Is Victoria's Secret obligated to change its ways? No. But why should we, as empowered women, continually support a brand who doesn't support all of us as we are?