Spanx may make panty lines invisible, but can’t smooth over feminist critique

This delicious article in the Boston Globe had me pumping my feminist fist in the air! In a report on the Combined Jewish Philanthropies Women’s Philanthropy’s annual Pomegranate event held at Congregation Mishkan Tefilah in Chestnut Hill, MA, Beth Teitell reported that there were no “visible panty lines,” or “VPLs.”

Speaking at the event was Spanx chief executive Laurie Ann Goldman. Teitell reports:

Goldman, 48, also had no VPLs, as she calls them — or any lines, for that matter. “I’m wearing four Spanx,’’ she said: An “On Top and In Control’’ shirt; the back-fat-banishing “Bra-llelujah!’’, a “Skinny Britches Thong,’’ and “Tight-End Tights.’’ Her jacket was Dior; her skirt, heels, and handbag were Chanel. “But I’m most proud of my Spanx.’’

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