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Any company that gifts me a magazine featuring a topless Emily Ratajkowski on its cover is a company that will have my business for years. Not everyone is as rational as I am, though. Lands’ End, a Wisconsin-based seller of dressy clothing and Christian school uniforms, teamed up with another company to send magazines as gifts to its most loyal customers. Things were getting too PG for Lands’ End’s liking, so it decided to spice things up a bit by sending out the July edition of GQ, which featured a well-oiled Emily Ratajkowski on the cover.
Some customers were not happy with opening their mail to find this piece of gold, so they took to Lands’ End’s Facebook page to complain.
From The New York Times:
“My 14-year-old son brought in the mail today & was quite disturbed & fascinated by a ‘gift’ Lands’ End sent us — a copy of GQ magazine with an absolutely OBSCENE cover!!!,” wrote one mother on the company’s Facebook page, which filled up with dozens of complaints. “I am appalled that Lands’ End — which I have always thought of as a ‘wholesome,’ family-oriented company — would be the one to expose my son to pornography!”
“I ordered Christian private school children’s uniforms from your company and you sold my home address to a magazine company that peddles in soft porn for men???.”
If that woman’s son thinks THAT is porn, wait until he sees his first XNXX video of some girl getting double penetrated while she’s fingering some other chick’s butthole. I can imagine that the only ones who were upset about this are the moms who are insecure about themselves in a bikini, because no man would turn down the opportunity to stare at Em.
Image via GQ