Wooo! Wow. I’m talking about the video. “Fur? Taraji P. Henson Would Rather Go Naked.”

Via elephant journal
on Jan 27, 2011
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I would deeeeefinitely rather go nude that wear something from a sentient being that has been skinned alive. WTF!?

We’re an advanced species. We don’t need the “real deal.”


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5 Responses to “Wooo! Wow. I’m talking about the video. “Fur? Taraji P. Henson Would Rather Go Naked.””

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  2. elephantjournal says:

    David wrote: "Unfortunately, just about everything we wear in "civilized" society causes great harm. Fake furs are made from petrochemicals, thus contributing to global warming. Cotton is heavily sprayed with pesticides and even defoliants. On and on. Sigh."

  3. John Woltman says:

    Seriously. I'm sure I'm way out of touch. Who is Taraji P. Henson? What is her claim to fame?

  4. Elizabeth says:

    Recently, I saw a "Go Veg" PETA ad with Iyengar in it. So…how come PETA isn't putting HIM in the "Go Naked" campaign? Huh? Huh? I call against-showing-wrinkly-old-yoga-dudes'-naked-bodies-ism! 😀

  5. Ms. V says:

    Thank you Traji – a role model for all, especially young women. I am optimistic that alternative textiles are being developed that satisfy our desire to look and feel beautiful and also are less impacting than the petrochemical generation of fibres.
    We can do this.

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