Victoria’s Secret announced this week their decision to toss out traditional “standards” of beauty for their models to concentrate on models who pledged the correct “woke” agenda.
“We are proud to bring together an unparalleled group of trailblazing partners who share a common goal to drive positive change,” the company said in a statement. “These extraordinary partners, with their unique backgrounds, interests and passions will collaborate with us to create revolutionary product collections, compelling and inspiring content, new internal associate programs and rally support for causes vital to women.”
Example of one of their new models? Megan Rapinoe, who is far left of just about everyone. She deems everyone not as woke as she is to be worthy of scorn. She despises our country and has completely bought into the leftist mantra of the evil United States.
It’s probably fair to say that she doesn’t fit many traditional definitions of beauty. But what makes her less than attractive is that offensive wokeness, that vibe that she knows better than you when she doesn’t, and that you’re going to hear it from her, even when it’s ridiculous, all day long.
That’s what Victoria’s Secret is embracing. That’s the choice they’re making and it’s going to hit them right in the wallet, as they throw under the bus one of the few things for which they’re known – the beauty of their models.
Rapinoe wants everyone to live by the woke watchword or get gored by the woke sword.
But if you choose to push that mantra, what happens when you yourself have some un-woke words in your past?
Turns out Rapinoe has one of those offensive years-old tweets, from 2011.
@tasha_kai00 u look asian with those closed eyes!
— Megan Rapinoe (@mPinoe) May 19, 2011
“U look asian with those closed eyes!” Rapinoe tweeted about Natasha Kai, a former teammate.
Whoopsie. So according to woke rules, aren’t we now supposed to assemble the Twitter mob and hound her out of her job, denouncing her as a racist? Their rules. Where’s her apology for her racism? Where’s the reaction from U.S. Women’s Soccer? How about Victoria’s Secret? Don’t they care about being offensive? Is this the kind of thing they meant when they talked about “positive change?”
Now, of course, neither U.S. Women’s Soccer or Victoria’s Secret are going to dump her over the tweet. She fits the woke mold so it wouldn’t matter to them. But if it were anyone else, that person would probably be out on her ear. And it also goes to show that they’re complete hypocrites.