Robyn Lawley is boycotting this year's Victoria's Secret Fashion Show in hopes of raising diversity and inclusion awareness.

By Tiffany Bey
October 18, 2018

Diversity and inclusion go hand-in-hand, and Sports Illustrated Swimsuit model Robyn Lawley isn't going to stand for a lack of body shapes on the Victoria's Secret runway anymore.

Robyn recently launched a petition titled, "#WeAreAllAngels" in hopes that the annual Victoria's Secret Fashion Show will start to include women of all shapes and sizes in their annual show.

"Victoria Secret have dominated the space for almost 30 years by telling women there is only one kind of body beautiful," she stated in a caption on Instagram. "Until Victoria’s Secret commits to representing ALL women on stage, I am calling for a complete boycott of this year’s Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show."

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

I have started an online petition -link in bio JOIN ME and lets help change the minds of Victoria’s Secret to be more diverse and inclusive of body shapes and sizes on their runways! Victoria Secret have dominated the space for almost 30 years by telling women there is only one kind of body beautiful. Until Victoria’s Secret commits to representing ALL women on stage, I am calling for a complete boycott of this year’s Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show. It’s time Victoria’s Secret recognized the buying power and influence of women of ALL ages, shapes, sizes, and ethnicities. The female gaze is powerful, and together, we can celebrate the beauty of our diversity. It’s about time Victoria’s Secret celebrated the customers that fuel its bottom line. Will you join me? 1 Sign the petition! 2 Encourage your friends not to tune in or attend the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show share a photo of yourself on Instagram, as you are (not airbrushed and beautiful), use the hashtag #myangelwings to share what makes you uniquely beautiful, please tag me so I can see (@robynlawley) and @ThirdLove For every person who shares a post with #myangelwings hashtag, ThirdLove will donate one bra to @isupportthegirls (a national non-profit that collects and distributes bras to homeless women and girls around the country !!!)

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"It’s time Victoria’s Secret recognized the buying power and influence of women of ALL ages, shapes, sizes, and ethnicities," she continued. "The female gaze is powerful, and together, we can celebrate the beauty of our diversity. It’s about time Victoria’s Secret celebrated the customers that fuel its bottom line."

Robyn is encouraging her fans and followers to sign an online petition and avoid watching this year's show, in hopes of encouraging the mass retailer to diversify the talent it casts each year.

"It's not what the world is and it is dictating a certain body type that this is sexy and it's just not true at all,"​ she told The Project's co-host Carrie Bickmore.

See all of Robyn's goregous photos from SI Swimsuit 2018:

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