Tuesday night, Victoria's Secret's angels will strut down the runway on national television as jaws hit floors and tongues roll out like that cartoon wolf. Despite all of the lust and commerciality that goes into the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show, the event is actually an opportunity to heighten awareness and promote discussion on delicate issues like eating disorders and the benefits of positive self-image. One activist used the hype around the event to draw attention to the issue of sexual violence. A line of faux Victoria's Secret panties with anti-rape messages made the rounds on the Internet, on Tuesday. The garments donned phrases like, "NO MEANS NO" and, "ASK FIRST". [NY Mag]