If you don't want your children to be exposed to certain things, it is up to you to shield them from it. Make firm boundaries and let your children know where you stand. Yes, they had Taylor Swift as a musical performer this year. Many, many, MANY parents believed this was wholly inappropriate. Taylor Swift is well above the age of 18, a legal adult. She made the choice to perform there, you have the choice to allow your children to watch her performance during the show or not. Also, because clearly many, many, MANY people out there don't understand this. Lingerie doesn't promote promiscuity, lowered societal standards does that.
I have actually seen that the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show lets me know that these airbrushed and perfect women I see in the ads are not always perfect. I can see their thighs jiggle, I can see they have some rolls or cellulite. It lets me know that even the most beautiful and pinnacle of perfection women have little imperfections in their bodies.
And, of course the most troubling things I seem to constantly be bombarded with regarding the Victoria's Secret Line...The Thin-Shaming. It is no secret that fat-shaming seems to have always been a societal problem that people are trying to overcome. So often we see tabloids showing and pointing out "beach nightmare bodies" or "Look at her weight gain!" However, thin-shaming has become a more prevalent as the war on fat shaming has progressed. Often we see the term "Real Woman Have Curves" and things emblazoned on photos of thin models tell them to "eat a sandwich." In a world filled with so much inequality and hate, why on earth do we feel the need to find another reason to separate ourselves by something as arbitrary as physical appearance?
A gif showing the before and after photoshop of Kelly Clarkson