antifur

antifur

(ˌæntɪˈfɜː)
adj
opposed to the wearing of fur garments
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Because THE HOTTEST ANTIFUR ACTIVIST BELONGS TO OUR TEAM
The Oscar-winning Swansea actress has landed herself on the hitlist of influential antifur charity PETA - who have shockingly blasted the mum of two's latest fur-heavy look as making her resemble a 'serial killer'.
She also took her clothes off to publicise an antifur campaign.
Leela and Tony find the body of a model who fronted an antifur campaign.
This 'freedom of choice' argument presented by the pro-fur lobby turns on its head the long held belief that it is the antifur protestors who are morally in the right, a belief reinforced by the fact that fur farming in Britain was banned by the government under the Fur Farming (Prohibition) Act in November 2000 on the grounds that it offended public morality in accordance with article 30 of the Treaty of Rome.
In a recent district court decision in favor of the rights of antifur activists who protested in the largest mall in the United States, The Mall of America in Minnesota, Judge Jack Nordby agreed with this view, writing bluntly, "a publicly funded private entity is a contradiction in terms.