Hundreds of people strip against fur industry

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Animal rights activists stripped naked and covered themselves in fake blood in Barcelona in a protest against the use of fur and leather. Dozens of campaigners lay naked and motionless in the busy Plaza Catalunya square, one of Barcelona's main shopping and tourism destinations, beside a sign reading 'How many lives just for a coat? Pictures show protesters piled on top of one another in the popular tourist destination as they insisted 'society needs to know the cruelty According to local reports they wanted to 'give voice to th e millions of animals who are abused and killed' in the trade'. Last year, topless campaigners from the same group wore horns and covered themselves in fake blood in the streets of Pamplona to protest against annual bull runs.
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Animal rights activists strip naked in anti-fur protest in Barcelona | The Independent

Dozens of demonstrators stripped naked in a busy square in Barcelona on Sunday to protest the use of fur and leather in consumer goods. The protest was organised by Anima Naturalis, the international non-profit working to defend animal rights in Spain and Latin America. In photographs, protestors can be seen lying on top of one another in the popular tourist destination; they appear to be laying motionless as if to resemble dead or dying animals. Fur farming was made illegal in the UK in but still occurs in Europe and across the rest of the world. The leather industry is also constantly under scrutiny from animal rights campaigners, with PETA estimating that more than one billion animals are killed worldwide so their skins can be turned into leather clothes and accessories. In recent years, many major fashion brands have abolished the use of fur and animal skins in their collections and this September marked the first time London Fashion Week featured no real fur on its runways.
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Animal rights campaigners protest as fur comes back into fashion

Last year, topless campaigners from the same group wore horns and covered themselves in fake blood in the streets of Pamplona to protest against annual bull runs. Anima Naturalis and PETA campaigners stripped down to their black pants and daubed themselves in anti-cruelty slogans. Wearing fake horns, they also threw red powder into the air to symbolise what they regard as unnecessary and cruel bloodshed during the annual festival which attracts hundreds of thousands of people from around the world.
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We are a culture of Planet Earth documentaries, awed by the unbridaled beauty of the animal kingdom. Yet on fur farms, those same animals endure the indignity of captivity so severe it strips them of all the natural behaviors we find so enthralling. In this time of our heightened awareness of societal injustice, mindfulness can extend to what we eat and wear. As a moral species, we have long acknowledged that inflicting suffering on sentient beings for trivial means is wrong. Fur, and other materials that are the products of oppression, therefore have no place in the modern wardrobe.
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