Victoria’s Secret defined femininity for millions of women. But inside the company, 2 powerful men presided over an entrenched culture of misogyny, bullying and harassment, a New York Times investigation found.
The real **SECRET** inside the iconic lingerie company: bullying, abuse and harassment were rampant. The few who complained were punished. Our months long investigation, with , ,
Victoria’s Secret has been under a microscope for its outdated marketing & the L Brands CEO’s Epstein connections. More than 30 people also described an entrenched culture of misogyny, bullying & harassment: w
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A New York Times investigation into the abuse of women by executives at Victoria’s Secret, with Epstein lurking in the wings.
Patting models’ crouches, talking about their “titties,” company-subsidized nude photo shoots. That’s part of what and I learned about while reporting on what life is like for models and employees.
The modelling industry hasn't changed much, sadly. "Abuse was just laughed off and accepted as normal...Anyone who tried to do anything about it wasn’t just ignored. They were punished." The Culture of Misogyny Inside #victoriassecret: #sexualabuse #MeToo
A months-long investigation by and me.
“Victoria’s Secret defined femininity for millions of women. But inside the company, two powerful men presided over an entrenched culture of misogyny, bullying and harassment, according to interviews with more than 30 people.”
Between Jeffrey Epstein and Ed Razek, Leslie Wexner really is the creepiest enabler of all time. For shame L Brands : via
HUGE SURPRISE. Who'd have thunk it?!?!! ‘Angels’ in Hell: The Culture of Misogyny Inside Victoria’s Secret
In yet another episode of Dirty Old Men: ‘Angels’ in Hell: The Culture of Misogyny Inside Victoria’s Secret - The New York Times