If they're comfortable doing it... So? 🤷🏻♂️
Not saying he's a saint (nor is anyone else in that industry)...
But if you were trying to say you have an issue with his work ethics, you did a piss poor job of expressing it in the initial post, by quoting only the line of an article that speaks to his family's religious practices and his place of birth.
What you're implying so far, as I read it, is it's bad to be born into a Jewish family. It's bad for people of Jewish ancestry to be non-observant. It's bad to be born in NYC. And it's bad to be comfortable with partial nudity, even when breasts and genitals are covered, just because it's meant to make you think about them being nude?
Not to shock you.....but I'm nude while typing this from a parking lot, if you don't count all the parts that are covered by my clothes! 😯
All this, just to discourage people from buying a pair of sunglasses?
Seems a bit unnecessary.
Hell, why not talk about the claims that he created the grunge movement in the 90s, when he really just took their existing culture and put into his corporate clothing line.
Follow it up by how he's currently being sued for copyright infringement by Nirvana, for more or less stealing their smiley face logo for his revival of his old grunge line.
There are legitimate things you could speak about that are clear business ethics issues, and instead you choose to call him out for things no person has control over (who your parents are, and where you're born), and puritanical nonsense 🤦♂️