Put ‘em together and this is what you get… #ipsy #wordsonchest #tshirt #drink #baseball #hat #camo #peta #eatinganimals (Taken with instagram)
…and then there’s this. #ispy #baseball #hat #camo #peta #eatinganimals (Taken with instagram)
You Are What You Eat: What you’re looking at is not a newly discovered pink Burmese python or the material used to make lawn flamingos. It’s actually something edible (and I use the term “edible” loosely). This is actually mechanically separated meat, the main ingredient in many commercial chicken nuggets (and the companies use the term “chicken” loosely). It’s made by sending Factory Farmed and Industrially Slaughtered animals’ bones through a machine that scrapes off the last bits of flesh and blood and smashes them together to form a paste more nausea-inducing than the kind you ate in kindergarten. The paste has to be soaked in ammonia to kill the bacteria, the “chicken” flavor has to be added to it, and the whole mess has to be dyed so that it no longer resembles, well, a big bloody log of unidentifiable animal bits. Enjoy. #vegetarian #vegetarianism #animalrights #peta (Taken with instagram)
“Consumers are shocked to learn that millions of animals each year are injected with or forced to inhale or ingest cosmetics. Those animals live in fear and loneliness every minute of their lives,” says Erin Edwards, media liaison for animal-rights organization People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA).
Practices such as squirting products into their eyes, pumping it into their bodies or forcing them to inhale sprays are just some of the horrible things these poor animals have to go through. And in our scientifically advanced world, there really is no need to test on animals – especially for cosmetics.
Are you against animal testing? If you want to educate yourself more on this issue, you can find more info on animal testing in cosmetic companies here: