Numerous fashion houses and even entire cities have banned the sale or use of fur. The tides are turning against the fur industry as people become more conscious of the way in it exploits and abuses animals.
It's okay to wear vintage fur
While it's not ethically right to wear new fur, vintage fur is a responsible purchase.
Vintage fur is environmentally friendly
By buying second hand, buying vintage fur is more environmentally friendly than buying a new, non-fur jacket.Explore
Buying vintage fur doesn't contribute to the fur industry
The issue of buying fur lies with the current fur industry. Getting fur second hand doesn't support this industry.Explore
No, wearing fur is wrong
Wearing fur is an affront to animal rights.
The fur industry massacres animals
Over a billion animals are killed each year for the fur industry.Explore
A fur boycott is the only way to stop the industry
No matter how small a contribution to the fur industry buying fur is, mass boycott is the only way it will stop.Explore
Yes, it's fine to wear fur
Wearing fur is no different to the many other ways animal products are incorporated into our lives.
Wearing fur is no worse than wearing leather
While people reject wearing fur, wearing leather shoes, bags and jackets is not looked at with the same scorn, despite fur and leather being essentially the same thing.Explore
The fur industry isn't as bad as it used to be
More and more fur is being made to be Origin Assured, meaning there are high standards for the treatment of the animals.Explore
Wearing fur is no different than eating meat
Despite the fact that we eat meat and other animals, there is only a backlash against the fur industry.Explore
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