Parents across the country have their panties in a twist over Victoria's Secret sexy new clothing line, which they say targets young girls.
The lingerie brand recently debuted a new collection called "Bright Young Things."
After the debut, the blogosphere and social media erupted with anger from parents urging the company to pull the products from the shelves.
According to the New York Times , parents are less than thrilled about the extension of the "Pink" line which targets high school and college girls, but may also appeal to younger girls who want to emulate them.
Victoria's Secret claims the line is not intended to target "younger women," and "Bright Young Things" is simply a new spring break slogan.
Even though they are defending their merchandise, Victoria's Secret is reportedly removing the most offensive items from its online store.
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