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Happy 19th of !

One by one, over and over, there are individuals, organizations, and government entities that are banning use of leather and fur. And really, let's be honest: some of these fashion shows are plenty strange enough without adding wearable body parts to the mix.

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We're posting every day this month on the theme of "OctNoFur"; i.e. all the issues with the body-parts industry.

@YourVeganFallacyIs and things like this are precisely the reason I stop being a #vegan.

@pookito Err... You're saying you were vegan, but you stopped because you didn't like that things like fashion shows stopped allowing the use dead bodies as props? Am I misunderstanding you in some way?

@YourVeganFallacyIs, nope not at all. But you are missing much more reason. not just for that. I do believe in eating healthy and animal free, but #veganism has become a cult of violence. They claim to love animals, not wearing leather and drinking milk. but they do not care for the people, they destroy entire industries, and do things that makes me ashame, and yes, being dudes and dressing like females just because its vegan, that is shameful. So, I hope that answer your question.

@pookito ... Wwwwow.

Veganism isn't now, and has never been, a "cult of violence". It's possible you've confused veganism with carnism.

As for your expressions of gender toxicity and insecurities, you've actually raised more questions than you've answered, but I don't care to dig into what's going on in your head; I'm confident I wouldn't find it to be a happy place.

Best of luck on your journey.

@YourVeganFallacyIs hey agree to disagree. That is just what I have seen. No gender toxicity, I just don't like to treat mental illness like a normal thing. Don't worry about it. I still wish you well and good success on your journey.

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