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September 12, 2018

ASKING THE QUESTIONS ABSOLUTELY NO ONE IS ASKING: When will the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show become size-inclusive?

This year’s line-up is incredibly racially diverse, proving that Victoria’s Secret’s efforts to improve its inclusivity on the runway has paid off; in 2015, Maria Borges wore her natural hair in an afro instead of extensions; a year later saw a record number of Chinese models cast.

But, as with all previous years, no curve or plus-size models have earned a spot. Considering Victoria’s Secret makes pieces up to size XL and bras as large as 40DDD, the brand clearly knows there is a market for the 67% of American women who are a US size 12 or larger.

When will its fashion show reflect that?

Just as soon as Victoria’s Secret is ready to let its woke fashion show go broke.

(Hat tip, CNN, which reprinted the article here.)