Stop marketing PINK brand to teens and tweens
  • Petitioned Victoria's Secret

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U.S. Customer Service
Victoria's Secret
Company Representative
Limited Brands

Stop marketing PINK brand to teens and tweens

    1. Jennifer Allison
    2. Petition by

      Jennifer Allison

      Houston, TX

VS is marketing their "PINK" brand of lingerie, originally for the college market, to teen and pre-teen girls. Panties & thongs with slogans such as, "Feeling Lucky?" and "Call me" printed on them. We must take a stand against the growing attempt by retailers to sexualize our young girls. It's not enough to just not buy the product. We must make our voices heard that this is not OK. Please take a stand & sign!

To:
Victoria's Secret, U.S. Customer Service
Limited Brands, Company Representative
Stop marketing PINK brand to teens and tweens

Sincerely,
[Your name]

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    • jeremy wood PHX, AZ
      • 8 months ago

      I have a daughter that does not need one more adult male take advantage of her even if it is only for money.

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    • Dawn Antonis WINTER GARDEN, FL
      • about 1 year ago

      Because I have a 10 year old daughter, and I would hate to have to explain this gross ad to her and her friends... When all they want to do is be kids...

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    • e J PAKISTAN
      • about 1 year ago

      It is obvious the creator of these undergarments for young girls are filthy paedophiles. I hope they are brought to justice for their egregious crimes.

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    • Sarah Chan BURNABY, CANADA
      • about 1 year ago

      It's like saying they support pedophilia. How can they not see the wrong in that...

      Those slogans shouldn't be on any article of clothing in the first place, regardless of age.

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    • JILL CONNELLY-OLSON SPOKANE VALLEY, WA
      • about 1 year ago

      I am appalled and saddened at how Victoria's Secret markets their soft porn images in a public area where young children are exposed. I've seen the damage in young women end up trying to emulate an image they will never measure up to. It's a one dimensional view of women.

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