Activists in Paris douse fur-wearing Lindsay Lohan with flour


Lindsay Lohan has been seen out in at least two different fur coats during her recent European vacation. Anti-fur activists are everywhere and they’re not taking kindly to her blatant disregard for the plight of animals exploited by the fur industry. Lohan was doused with flour last night while heading to a Paris club where her girlfriend, Samantha Ronson, was scheduled to DJ. Unfortunately she was able to dust off her black fur stole and pose normally on the red carpet afterwards.

U.S. actress Lindsay Lohan was pelted with a flour bomb upon arrival at a Paris nightclub wearing a fur stole.

Animal rights activists showered the 22-year-old actress with flour when she went to the VIP Room Theater in the early hours of Saturday with her friend, disc jockey Samantha Ronson.

The owner of the nightclub helped Lohan dust off her blue sequined dress and black stole before she posed on the red carpet.

Ronson went on to spin tracks for a crowd that included reggae rapper Shaggy and “I Kissed a Girl” singer Katy Perry.

Earlier this year People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals named Lohan to its list of the “Worst-Dressed” Celebrities of 2008, citing the actress and others for wearing furs, snakeskin and other apparel made from animals.

[From CBSNews]

The only thing lacking in this story are the photos to back it up. It would be priceless to see a picture of a white-faced Lohan looking shocked, a lone cigarette hanging out of her gaping mouth, mascara trailing down her cheeks as she sobs, trying to make sense of how she became a target. As it is, she looked pretty put together and unfazed on the red carpet afterwards. She probably welcomes the attention from people protesting her.

Update: There are indeed photos of the incident on X17′s website. Lindsay looked shocked enough. Thanks to Michael at ecorazzi for sending the link!

Lohan is shown arriving at the VIP Room club in Paris after the incident last night. Photo Credit: WENN

 

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  1. Kate says:

    Well this is awfull,sorry but i cant be happy about this.Iam a dog owner and i dont wear fur.i do wear leather though.This isnt the right way to atract people in Peta.Infact it actually makes people who feel close to Peta angry.Thats why i wont become a member.This is too much.Pity cause Samnatha blogged days before the election supporting prop 2 for the animals.Lindsay looks great. :? And welldone to her for smiling.People have become so mean.Its a free world.You can choose to smoke or not smoke,and you can choose to wear fur or not.Trying to pass your opinions to others with such violent reacts is against democracy.

  2. xiaoecho says:

    serves herself right. no sympathy

  3. RAN says:

    Flour doesn’t dust off THAT easily… makes me wonder if this is true. There would be residue around the sequins and a layer of dust in her hair that won’t come out without a washing. I, somehow, doubt this one. WISH it were true, but doubt it. Next time PETA, use eggs AND flour or water and flour. Makes a lasting impression :)

  4. Rosebudd says:

    If true, are people (PETA) sure it’s not fake? I just find it hard to believe someone so young, supposedly PC and aware wld. be so stupid. That poor Lilo is such a trainwreck, my heart goes out to her. I’m gonna go kiss my baby good morning (my baby dog that is). I LOVE animals, but, I must admit I love my leather shoes.

  5. ien says:

    her hair looks disgusting in these pics…
    and her outfit as well..
    shes getting to be a bit overhyped…shes not really that good of an actress, and almost all of her movies bomb…so what i ask is she famous for besides being a huge druggie and very promiscuous??

  6. feedmeplz says:

    It looks like there is flour on her stockings. I could be wrong though.

  7. Frenchie says:

    I read the nightclub boss took Lindsay away after the incident and used a vacum cleaner to remove the flour on her from head to toe – only then did they make the pictures on the red carpet :lol: pics on X17

  8. RAN says:

    You’ve got the scoop Frenchie! That is indeed a bag of flour :lol: I wondered about the vacuum thing or possibly an air hose to blow her off. Looks like THAT was true.

  9. Lore says:

    Did she do something to her upper lip?

  10. Kaiser says:

    8O She looks gorgeous in the header pic.

    Flour? Whatever happened to the “blood” that PETA activists used to throw? What’s the significance of “flour” as a political tool?

  11. JaundiceMachine says:

    I’m thinking the same thing, Kaiser – I’m so out of touch with my rabid activist peers. Maybe dandruff?

    Anyways, good enough for her. Didn’t she speak out against animal cruelty or do an anti-fur ad recently?
    Or was that some other washed-up actress clinging desperately to a few minutes of fame with a generic, half-hearted charity event?

  12. Jenna says:

    Maybe PETA didn’t want her to walk into the club with that ‘other white powder’ around her nose so they decided to help her out?

  13. Cindy Kennedy says:

    Fur coats are so tacky.

  14. RReedy says:

    I love my furs and would give somebody a good case of whoop ass if my garments were damaged. Fur is nice if you can afford it…those that can’t always have snarky comments. Funny how these people use assault and the destruction of other peoples’ property to get attention. If you don’t like fur, don’t wear it.

  15. clare says:

    I think she looks great in the photos. Her behavior has come a long way from earlier this year! She is only 21 -22 years old! She still has a lot of growing up to do.

  16. doodahs says:

    Doused in flour? The old Lilo would have had to be doused in something altogether much more antiseptic.

  17. geronimo says:

    Maybe they carry ‘blood’ AND flour so they’re guaranteed a dramatic pic depending on what the celeb is wearing? Y’know, white/pale gets the ‘blood’, black/dark get the flour. More contrast, better pics for their publicity material.

    But I loathe PETA and its moronic approach to activism.

  18. vdantev says:

    If you’re still wearing fur in the 21st century, you’re a goddamned genetic throwback. I feel the same way about hunters.

    I guess red paint is passe ?

  19. Kate says:

    I think wearing fur is pretty disgusting, and would never wear it myself, but I would never think to damage someone else’s property. There is really no excuse to assault someone and damage their clothing.
    I think Crocs are the stupidest things out there, but I don’t do anything to the idiots who wear them :p

  20. yadira says:

    Ya Feedme, I also notcied the floured fingers on her tights.

  21. SolitaryAngel says:

    @ Kate: I agree with you; whatever a person’s beliefs are, NO ONE has the right to damage someone else’s belongings! Definitely not the way to convince someone to join PETA or any other organization.

  22. mollination says:

    Definitely see the “flour-fingers” (ala Yadira, haha) on the tights as well. Oh wait, maybe those are her “leggings”. You guys have to see the mockery they made of her leggings comments from a few days ago (the interview with Maria Menounous where she called Obama “colored” and talked about her lack of leggings that fit correctly, all while trying to sound smart) on Best Week Ever this week. HUH-LARE-EE-US!

    Also, I am irked by “RReedy”‘s comments. I can afford fur. The cost or my lack of finances for it is not why I protest it. Did we transport back into the days of Royalty wearing fine colors like purple and fine furs, while us peons wear whatever dirty old rags we find at the street market? What a load of pretentious crap. I hate fur because I think it’s disgusting that humans think they are so much more entitled than another creature that they can overpower it, and torture it (ALIVE, WHILE IT FEELS EVERYTHING) all in the name of our self-created ideals of vanity. Sick. Not “high class”. More like “highly ignorant with an emotional deficiency”.

  23. geronimo says:

    “Fur is nice if you can afford it…those that can’t always have snarky comments.”

    The logic of a fur wearer. :roll:

    If this is an eg. of how pro-fur wearers rationalise their habit, it really feeds into the ‘moron’ perception that anti-fur/anti-cruelty people have of them.

  24. cakes says:

    I don’t wear fur and I don’t support killing animals for their fur. But peta needs to respect the fact that some people do wear fur and they should pay for any garments that their protests ruin. They have no right to throw paint on to some one just because they are wearing something they don’t like. Live and let live peta! There are ways of expressing your views that don’t involve throwing flour or other materials on people.

  25. Vern says:

    Why are people surprised Lindsay wears fur-she’s already attached to a scruffy dog.

  26. Tanille says:

    I don’t condone wearing fur, but how are we to know it isn’t fake? I do not like real fur, and am disgusted with how its made let alone the number of animals needed for each garment, but if someone else chooses to wear it, that’s their choice. Messing with someone else’s property like that is just wrong, its not yours! you have no right to touch it let alone throw crap on it.

  27. Codzilla says:

    mollination/geronimo: Amen to that.

  28. Baholicious says:

    It’s called assault and people should be charged and prosecuted for it.

  29. kate says:

    @ r reedy: for your info i CAN afford fur but i choose not to wear it because i think it’s sick and wrong. besides it makes people look fat and tacky as hell. as for looking the other way, would you look the other way if you saw someone kicking their dog? doubtful. serves blohan right for wearing fur.

  30. sasha says:

    From TMZ:

    *******************************
    Samantha Ronson is coming to her woman’s defense and telling PETA to back off.

    “I’m pissed at the bag of flour thrown on Lindsay last night” railed Samantha Ronson on her blog today. She added that the woman who doused Lindsay not only “acted liked an animal herself” but that it was actually an “insult to animals to group her in with them.”
    *******************************

    Whatever. Considering how violently the innocent animals were killed to make the fur, a little bit of flour is tiny by comparison.

    Slaves were once someone’s property too… anything can be called “property” and that doesn’t necessarily make it right.

  31. Vex says:

    I don’t see how throwing flour on someone would stop them from wearing fur.

  32. Jag says:

    @ Kaiser – They probably throw flour because it can be brushed off and wouldn’t damage the garment.

    I, too, wonder how people can tell whether it’s fake or not because I have some gorgeous fake fur coats. They are so soft, and the patterns are beautiful – just like the real thing, but without the torture and murder.

    One wonders if PETA people apologize if they find out they’ve “floured” someone who was wearing fake fur?

    @ Vex – agreed. How does that get the message across? All it does is inflame people to stick to their guns about what they feel, either way.

  33. Ter says:

    Haven’t I seen Sophia Loren wearing fur in the past? Has Peta ever damaged her furs?

  34. G. says:

    I hate fur, and i try not to even wear fake fur, but it is an OUTRAGE that people would go throw things on pople because they wear fur!

    This is one of the reasons why I loathe PeTA, and I hope someone will file charges against them for ruining their property.

  35. Mairead says:

    I wonder if they threw flour because the gendarmerie are a bit more suspicious and tough in Paris and carrying around bottles of red liquid would be suspicious but more difficult to assume malicious intent with flour?

    I don’t know how people can suddenly be shocked that Peta have done this – this is the sort of caper they’ve been up to for over 20 years.

    Oh, and I second what Mollination says – and add to that the environmental problems with breeding fur (and even tanning leather is an especially toxic process). I do try to go for synthetic pleather when I can – but considering the fact that i hate PVC and it’s just as toxic to make, we’re kind of shagged either way on that one. :oops:

  36. A.J. says:

    I hardly see how assaulting someone is a very mature or cohesive way of getting your point across. I don’t wear fur or support it, but at the same time I’m not going to ram my point of view down another person’s throat. If you don’t like something, fine. You’re entitled to that. But being a disrespectful ass about it, as PETA has more often than not shown themselves to be, doesn’t send out a good message at all. It makes them look childish and downright idiotic- who would honestly take advice from someone like that?

    Wow. PETA actually made me sympathize for Lindsay friggin’ Lohan. Must be a snowy day in Hell. :lol:

  37. elisha says:

    Yah, the woman who through the flower at LiLo looked like an attention-starved freak — no different than LiLo herself. Animal rights extremists have serious issues that go well beyond loving animals. I hate PeTA and consider it a terrorist organization (because of it’s ties to groups like ALF and ELF, which aim to seriously injure people).

    I mean, if you think about it, why were the extremists even there in the first place? It’s not like they knew with 100% certainty that Linds was going to show up in fur. They were obviously there hoping a celeb would show up in fur, armed with bags of flour, hoping to get some attention.

    At this point they’re doing more harm than good. It’s incredibly selfish, and they’re not thinking of the animals AT ALL. Now whenever serious animal welfare issues come up people will say “oh, it’s just those animal rights people spouting off again.”

  38. DLR says:

    That’s interesting anti-fur people are throwing flour instead of red paint. What’s up with flour, what does it symbolize?

  39. 88modesty88 says:

    I’m finding myself on the fence with this one… I dislike what Lindsay has become and I would never wear fur, but you can’t throw stuff at people and not expect to get into some kind of trouble over it!

  40. Christina X says:

    Let them duke it out in an elevator shaft or pool of angry sharks.

    Lindsay Lohan used to be anti-fur. What ever happened to that? And to be slightly bitchy, WTF happened to her mouth?

  41. empress louisa says:

    That was assault..no ifs or buts about it.Everyone is entitled to their own beliefs.Shoving it down their throat is certainly not going to help with your cause.BTW i get the strangest feeling that LiLo can’t afford genuine fur so this coat is fake… :roll:

  42. raven says:

    Just a thought, but it may be that damages when blood is thrown are much higher and PETA has likely had to pay them. Also, anymore, blood is fraught with medical problems, even animal blood, so it may be they’ve had to rethink this approach.

  43. sauvage says:

    I don’t get the whole fur rage thing. I mean, really, attacking people you don’t know for wearing fur out on the streets?
    While I absolutely agree that the situation in most fur farms is absolutely inacceptable (although there are exceptions, there ARE farms where the animals are held in a dignified way AND are also killed painlessly) I just don’t think that attacking strangers is the answer. It’s not going to solve anything. Plus all animal species take care of themselves first. So as long as human children are starving worldwide, I’d say putting animal rights over human rights is pure luxury for the well brought up, middle class kids in developped, democratic states who don’t have to worry about whether or not they will have dinner on the table.

    Again, I have to point out that there is no reason whatsoever to treat animals with cruelty. But then again, I don’t see any reason for treating humans with cruelty either.

  44. devilgirl says:

    PETA is a terrorist group as far as I am concerned. They actually have put far more animals to death than they have saved. I don’t wear fur but I have never ever endorsed their way of trying to stop people from wearing it. PETA years ago took it upon themselves to see that a private owner of exotic animals in the midwest have them taken away from him. The animals were well cared for, however a tiger ended up claiming the arm of a neighbor child who got into it’s cage. Anyway PETA was instrumental in not only having the man lose his animals but also they encouraged the exotics to be PUT TO DEATH because they said they could not be released into the wild nor should they be given to zoos, as that was cruel. I cannot recall what happened to the animals as the courts got involved, but I do know PETA advocated their deaths instead of placing them elsewhere. Yeah, they save animals, my ass, they are worse than animals with their guerilla tactics. My opinion only.

  45. RAN says:

    Thanks for the link Baho – very interesting. I have to throw out a question to everyone though….

    What’s the answer? Obviously, PETA has turned into a terroristic organization (one of the reasons I hate the supposed SPCA). But what’s the answer? How do normal, intelligent people get the message across?

  46. devilgirl says:

    Great link Baholicious. Very interesting reading. Thanks.
    Ran- I think any way is better than the methods used by PETA. Intelligent people know what right from wrong is, as far as getting the message out, well other intelligent people SHOULD understand the message, if they don’t, then so much for intelligence. Also, you cannot force those without the intelligence to have a social conscience to acquire one and understand a message you are trying to convey. Those that resist education choose to remain ignorant.

  47. Baholicious says:

    I’m glad you guys liked the link :-)

    I think one of the answers for those of us that eat meat is to make our point clear with our dollars. If you consider that the eating of meat and wearing leather costs an animal of its life, we should recognize and respect that and be willing to pay more for it. Also, the more we pay for it, chances are the less we will eat.

    Buying from local, organic butchers is a good place to start. Also, refuse to buy leather anything that uses leather from India and China. Support your local animal shelters and encourage more local government funding for them to slow down and hopefully stop the kill policy most of them have. Animals are often euthanized because of overcrowding.

    Canada’s history was built on the fur trade, but there’s simply no reason to wear fur anymore for most other than for reasons of vanity and ostentation. That being said, people are still buying it so it is an industry and one that can’t be gotten rid of until there’s some other solution for how fur farmers can provide themselves with income.

    PETA is functionally and socially malicious (not ignorant, they know what they’re doing and what they’re asking for. They’d rather see people suffer instead of animals)who do not advance the welfare of animals in the least.

    PETA has been likened to a cult and on that front I agree. They’re doing more damage to the promotion of animal welfare than anything else because the message is being written off by a lot people because of PETA’s crackpot actions and their “a rat is dog is a pig is a boy” rhetoric *edit* I mean lunacy.

  48. vdantev says:

    Oh to hell with PETA- I dislike fur because it’s an unnecessary petty indulgence that denigrates the human race living in the 21st century. It’s a vulgar pointless display of wealth and nothing more. You could feed a family of 5 for 2 years with the cost of mink coat you selfish gutless consumer VICTIMS. HTF are we supposed to advance as a technological culture if we’re still draping dead animal skins around ourselves like f*ck*ng cave dwellers ?

  49. Baholicious says:

    Dante, fur is beautiful and that’s why people continue to wear it. If I inherited a fur coat I would wear it. Would I buy one or want anyone else to buy me one? No.

  50. Baholicious says:

    Oh, and just to point out, North American Native peoples are not cave dwellers and fur is a rich, and continued, part of their heritage. While it may not be vital in a practical sense anymore, for them it is culturally vital and still trapped and still worn.

  51. vdantev says:

    Dante, fur is beautiful and that’s why people continue to wear it.

    Mila Jovovich is beautiful, but I’m not about to skin her and wear the flesh as a sign of my appreciation for her beauty.

    While it may not be vital in a practical sense anymore, for them it is culturally vital and still trapped and still worn.

    Which is why their cultures will never advance beyond the content of history books. Point to me one modern city that exists that is built upon Cherokee, Iroquois, or any other Native American cultural ideals and I’ll concede the point.

  52. tigerlille says:

    I find it hard to understand the glee of the author of this piece. The assault of another person isn’t humorous, and I fail to see how it helps the cause of protecting animals from abuse. Really a mean spirited piece of writing.

  53. Baholicious says:

    My boyfriend is half Native (Ojibway and Mohawk)and I find your response flippant and racist.

    I suggest you do more reading since if you want to be technical about it the Five Nations of the Iroquois have lived under a democratic system of government as long as the Greeks at least.

    To answer your argument then, the democratic countries of North America actually sit upon the foundations of the Iroquois First Nations culture.

    You’re welcome.

  54. Bodhi says:

    I hate PETA. They do FAR more harm to the cause then help.

    While I would never BUY a fur, I have two coats, both of them vintage & inherited from my Grandmother. I hardly ever wear them (its too bloody hot here), but I’d seriously flip out if some asshat ruined them

  55. Diva says:

    Our culture will never advance beyond the content of history books? Where the hell do you live that something like that would even come out of your mouth?

    You clearly know nothing about the government and social responsibility Native American tribes were far advanced in loooong before your people came and “saved and domesticated” us, Dante.

    I’m SHOCKED at your stupidity in this context, I usually find you a very enlightened and educated person, although occasionally mean-spirited. As a rule I enjoy your comments. But your comment on our culture and it’s irrelevance to modern society is WAY out of line. Additionally, do you really think that the modern CITY is where you believe the better way of life is as opposed to the tribal unit? Societally, there is no comparison. The way Native American tribes/clans/groups took care of their own is far superior to the society of a modern city. Governmentally, you simply don’t know from whence you speak. Even in tribes with “chiefs” by inheritence, which were not nearly as many as the old westerns would have you believe, the structure of the village was democratic. Please, do some research if you’re going to spout such insensitive comments that truly do amount to racism.

    However…

    Fur was not and is not vital to the cultures of all Native American tribes, I will agree there. My people made our clothing out of beaten cedar, not animal hides. But a $10,000 mink coat can’t even be compared to a Buffalo Robe of the Plains Indians. There was no American Indian cultural relevance in Lindsay Lohan’s fur coat, or any other silver fox, mink, ermine, etc show of extravagance. It’s nothing more than fashion for show and self importance, not culture or warmth, unless you’re an eskimo, or possibly, live in outer Siberia.

    Edit due to Bodhi’s comment… I do, however, understand the sentimental value of inherited fur. They came from a time when people were not aware of how those coats came about and passing them down in the family is no crime. I stand by the opinion that a NEWLY purchased fur is a crime, though.

  56. Baholicious says:

    Hi Diva, excellent points. I just wanted to clarify as you correctly point out not all Native cultures were fur-dependent. When I speak of the vitality of fur now I don’t mean the fur itself, rather a connection to a lost way of life that it represents for many First Nations people.

  57. vdantev says:

    Flippant? Hardly. Maybe in the bit about skinning Mila Jovovich- but the point there still holds. You can appreciate beauty without having to take a piece of it home as a commodity or a trophy.

    I think I’ve mis-spoke, but I didn’t have the time or energy to describe my terms as in the advancement of technology, industry, architecture, religious culture, language, folklore, etc. The elements that determine the survival of a culture. I wasn’t trying to sound racist. For that I sincerely apologize.

  58. Ter says:

    Good commenting people. Thanks for the thought provoking give and take.

  59. Christina X says:

    PETA picks and chooses who they’re going to dish out.

    Amazingly, PETA allows some celebrities to wear fur, but condemns other celebrities who do. PETA’s actually quite inconsistent as far as celeb-bashing is concerned.

    If a celebrity is openly vegetarian but wears fur, they won’t harass them near as much as celebrities who openly practice omnivorism and wear fur. Therefore, if you don’t eat meat, PETA will pretend to not notice if you consume fur or leather products.

  60. geronimo says:

    Agree. Apart from the moronic tactics PETA use to get their message across, their inconsistency is disgusting and utterly cynical. Gwyneth Paltrow is a perfect eg. of that. All that bullshitty green, vegan lifestyle and she shills for Tod’s, the Italian company who use fur in their accessories. Why aren’t PETA following this hypocrite about with bags of flour?

    Wearing fur is a personal choice but endorsing companies who are still using real fur is sickening. And particularly from someone who proports to have such a holier that thou lifestyle.

  61. sauvage says:

    Thank you, Bohalicious, thank you, Diva.

  62. Lauri says:

    Assault is not the way to spread a message. Whevever I hear about this type of tactic being used, I am only more determined to eat meat/wear fur, etc.

    Sorry, folks…there is nothing illegal about wearing fur. Don’t like it? Don’t wear it. Lobby for laws to make it illegal. But don’t you DARE attack me physically (even if it just with flour). Nevermind how valid your argument may be…assaulting another person is a great big NO.

    Idiots.

  63. Sunny says:

    PETA is sooo hypocritical, I can’t stand them.
    Funny how they heap abuse on some people, but excuse others, like Dita Von Teese, who looooves fur, is into taxidermy, and brags about eating foie gras, and they can’t kiss her ass hard enough.
    So I’m inclined to take them far less seriously than they seem to take themselves, and I’m Vegan.

  64. Aspen says:

    If you eat hamburger, chicken, or pork products, then you have no right to open your mouth or touch your keyboard about people wearing fur.

    Period.

    And hunters…for the record…treat their meat much more humanely and have a much healthier diet than people who eat grocer meat.

    So before you attack the hunting community (at least in the U.S., where hunters and hunter organizations are the most effective wildlife preservation activists in the country), you need to research what you’re eating when you buy meat from your grocery store.

  65. blinkie says:

    whatever happened to the ethical treatment of people?

  66. dave says:

    ever see a peta protester throw flour at a biker wearin leather? ….. i didn’t think so :)

  67. Christine says:

    PETA followers have just proven a point that they’re all mentally deranged from having been brain-washed by the PETA agenda – where they equate humans as being on par with animals – so literally now – I guess – we can politely say all PETA members and cultists have parents who are on the same level as the rat in our gutters. Only goes to prove once again – the size of their brains since they all come from the same gene pool as gutter rats. Throw flour on me PETA psychos’ and see what I’ll do to you freakos! This fur loving – fur wearing Gal is not going to cower and run away – believe me – it will give me GREAT PLEASURE to tar & feather you rat-brained PETA psychos/terrorists!

  68. jenna says:

    first let me say this i am not a vegetarian nor will i ever be i hate veggies period. second i do own a fur it was a family heirloom passed down to me by my grandma(now deaceased)i wore it once because quite frankly it was itchy and way to warm. it felt like wet wool yuch. a few years back when my grandmother was still with us and she was visiting us for christmas we had a run in with an activist(don’t know if they were peta) my grandmother was wearing the coat because there was frost on the ground and we were going to an upscale resteraut.(my grand mother was eighty two and very small and frail. she weighed all of about maybe a hundred pounds soaking wet. anyway as we were giving the valet our keys this person comes up and throws paint on my grandmother’s coat. mind you this was an antinue that has been painstakingly preserved by the females in our family since the civil war. my grandmother had to be rushed to the hospital for chest palpatations and my brother spent the night in jail, the irish are known for there temper for good reason.i think peta are a bunch of terrorists and should all be arested. the mean spirited ness of this article is wrong even if we do not like the person there is no cause to delight in their suffering on another note though have you ever noticed the celebs who do wear fur are all skinny.

  69. prudence says:

    sUCH A PITY HOW IGNORANT nd selfisg millions of human species are towards the suffering of animnals tortured and objectified for their EGO’s and lack of conscience. Takes up to 25-30 small animals skinned alive. Linsey and thoses that wear furs need to see how these animals are raised and skinned. the pain and shock of pain. No one in their right minds that have any compassion for mammals sound wear or eat them if they really felt thier pain. The holocaust of animals. Fur is dead. Old fashion when made commercial in states, yet the person whom wore them back then wear just ignorant if “HOW’ the animals are tortured and skinned….alive. AS IF THEY FEEL NO PAIN.Some are still ignorant about cigarettes too, or just in denial continue to smoke. Some behaviors are just part of ones weakness and pire selfishness. My grandmothers fur was donated to Humane society to aid baby animals that lost their mother and yet needed to keep warm. Pity those that wear real fur. THEY ARE EXTREMELY SELFISH. IN MOST SOCIETIES IT’S NO LONGER NEEDED TO WARMTH. TNOT IN THIS CENTURY……..FOOLS OF COLD HEARTS. THE SOULLESS THAT CONTINUE TO EAT AND WEAR MAMMAL ARE BRAINWASHED IN CULTURE OF TORTURED ANIMALS OR …….A CULTURE THAT IS IN POVERTY AND HAS NO CHOICE. TOO BAD SO MANY DON’T MAKE THE CONNECTION OF ANIMALS AS A SPECIES THAT FEELS PAIN AND WANTS TO JUST LIVE TOO…..LOOKED INTO THEIR EYES. SHAME OF EGO FASHION OF DEAD ANIMALS. IT’S A HOLOCAUST, SUPERIORITY OF POWER OVER LESS ADVANTAGED. KILLKILLKILLKILLKILLKILLKILLKILLKILLKILL AND THIS IS WHY WE HAVE NO NO NO NO NO PEACE ON EARTH. EVEN JESUS WOULD BE A VEGAN……………..NO DOUBTS. XOX

  70. prudence says:

    PETA WANTS YOU TO “THINK” ABOUT YOUR ACTIONS. PETA THROWS FLOUR ON YOU…..OH MY….DON’T CRY. WHAT IS MORE MEAN THAN TO IGNORE THE TORTURE OF INNOCENT ANIMALS OJECTIFIED. EVER SEE ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED. EVER SEE THEIR SKINS PULLED OR CUT OFF THIER BODIES. HOW DO YOU “THINK” THAT MIGHT FEEL. WHAT…..FLOUR HURTS YOUR SELFISH EGO FEELINGS…YET THOSE THAT OBJECTIFY ANIMALS ARE THE ONES IN PAIN AND SUFFERED. CAN’T RESPECT ON ETHAT HAS NO RESPECT FOR INNOCENT CREATURE SO BADLY ABUSED AND TORTURED. SEE IT…IT’S VILE. EMPATHY IS LACKING. THIS IS WHY SO SO SO MANY ARE STILL BLIND IN THERE WAYS…… CLUELESS …BRAINWASHED… AND THAT IS ……… IGNORANANCE AOD SLEFISHNESS IN THIS CENTURY. MAKE THE CONNECTION. LOOK INTO THEIR EYES…..

  71. prudence says:

    FUNNY HOW HOSTILE ARE THOSES AGAINST PETA. NO WONDER THEY HAVE NO CONSCIENCE OF MURDERED ANIMALS TORTURED AND SKINNED ALIVE. REPROGRAM YOUR MINDS AND BEHAVIORS ….TO …. BE IN HARMONY WITH THE ANIMALS. …. THOSE THAT STILL EAT ANIMALS, ESPECIALLY MAMMALS….. ARE LIKE EATING HUMANS. TO OBJECTIFY THEM IS TO CONTROL THEM CAUSE YOU BELIEVE YOUR ARE THE SUPERIOR BEING. A HILTER AS IT MAY…..BELIEF OF BEING A POWER OVER THE OPPRESSED. IT’S WRONG AND THOSE THAT CONTINUE TO DO SO ARE FOOLS AND NOT SO SMART AS THEY THINK. WOMENS RIGHTS…HUMAN RIGHTS…CIVIL RIGHTS…HUMANE RIGHTS…. THOSE WANTING RIGHTS WERE TAKEN ADVANTAGE OF AND SUFFERED BY IT AND ………..SAME APPLIE TO ANIMALS. THEY FEEL PAIN AND SHOULD NEVER BE MADE TO SUFFER….NEVER. LET THE SPIRIT OF YOUR HIGHER CONSCIENCE OPEN. IT’S TRAPPED IN YOUR MIND…… SET IT FREE AND SO WILL YOU. AS GEORGE HARRISON EX BEATLE SANG….”BEWARE OF DARKNESS”…… FLOUR ON A PERSON IS NOT NOT NOT GOING TO HARM SOMEONE!!!…..BEING TORTURED AND NOT CARING IS COLD AND …..AS L LOHAN………. MEAN AND VILE EGO.