Reverend Evan Dolive rants online about promoting hyper-sexuality of children
Is Victoria's Secret marketing to your daughter? A new advertising campaign is drawing fire for apparently targeting young girls.
A Houston minister called out the iconic retailer over their "pink" line of lingerie. Bethany Christian Church Reverend Evan Dolive's blog has drawn global attention, as he addresses the world his three-year old daughter is growing up in:
"I wanted the hardest decision for her to make in her adolescence was, 'how can I impact the world in a positive way?' - not 'will people like me because of my outward appearance.'"
The Reverend Dolive's blog has received over 3.5-million hits worldwide:
"... Over 95-percent if not more in the positive direction. I've gotten hundreds of emails from people all over the world, from Canada, Netherlands, Spain, saying how they support this and how parents are wrestling with this."
Dolive believes that companies like Victoria's Secret set up unattainable goals of sexuality for young girls like his daughter.
The lingerie company denies their new Pink line targets middle school
See the letter here.