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who among other things said he didn't think the brand should include "transsexuals" in its show. "W

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The show has generated controversy in recent years, with publications from Cosmopolitan to The Guardian calling it sexist and anti-feminist. Online lingerie startups like Third Love have pointed to the show as an example of Victoria's Secret falling out of touch.

A year ago Third Love's CEO wrote an open letter to the company denouncing "demeaning comments about women" by one of Victoria's Secret's top executives.

That was in response to a 2018 interview that Ed Razek, then chief marketing officer for L Brands, who among other things said he didn't think the brand should include "transsexuals" in its show. "Why not? Because the show is a fantasy," Razek said in an interview with Vogue. "It's a 42-minute entertainment special. That's what it is."

Razek later apologized for his "insensitive" comments. He left the company earlier this year.

On Wednesday, Victoria's Secret posted another quarter of declining sales.

The company has lost customers to rivals such as Target, Kohl's, American Eagle and lingerie startups. Leaders at Target and Kohl's both called out their strength in their lingerie businesses during their most recent quarters.

Victoria's Secret has also dealt with the fallout from L Brands founder and CEO Leslie Wexner's ties to disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein.

In September, Wexner said that he was "embarrassed" that he put his trust in Epstein.

Source : abc-7

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