A few days after the show we return to talk about Victoria's Secret. The reason for the chatter, however, doesn't concern the angels' beauty on the catwalk, or the admiration of the lingerie outfits that have paraded. At the center of the controversy, in fact, is the chief marketing officer, Ed Razek, who before the event would have said that the presence of LGBT or plus size models doesn't fall within the company's will. When asked why the above varieties never appeared, the chief would have replied: "Should we have transsexuals on the show? No I don't think so. Why not? Because the show is a fantasy, it's a 42-minute entertainment special." The answer didn't satisfy the network that, offended, has implemented a campaign to boycott the brand. Ed Razek immediately apologized for tactless words, turning his apology to the trans and not to the plus size models. Model Bridget Malcolm had already been complaining about the diktats imposed by Victoria's Secret at the end of October. Bridget believes, in fact, that the company proposes unattainable and unhealthy beauty models. So everyone asks, how will it end?