Urban Outraged: PETA slammed online store selling products made from “human” parts


People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals is targeting trendy online stores such as “Urban Outfitters” by launching its satirical boutique “Urban Outraged”. The store sells products made from “human parts”. A press release said the store carries a lot of clothing and accessories “made from the finest leather – which on second glance reveal human faces on the jackets, human teeth on the shoes and human blood oozing out of the bags. “. The campaign is reminiscent of Buffalo Bill’s human costume called “The Silence of the Lambs” launched in 1991.


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The latest campaign was launched to spotlight famous retailers who continue to sell clothing and accessories made from leather and animal fur. One of the Urban Outraged slogans described it as “A fashion that dares to ask the question ‘Who are you wearing?'”

In an exclusive statement given by PETA Executive Vice President Tracy Reiman to the New York Post, she said, “The skin of a cow is hers, and she feels as much fear and pain in a slaughterhouse as you do. or me. would have.”

The proverbial names of people who were butchered and whose organs were used to make goods are featured on Urban Outraged. Some of them also retain their body shape, for example a suitcase made of human nipples.

PETA launches macabre online store selling human leather products (Photo credit: PETA)

Reiman said, “PETA’s Urban Outraged challenges shoppers to see the individual behind every piece of animal skin on store shelves and shelves.” Not all of these products are for sale. Some products are just an illustration of how PETA imagines human leather goods. The site also promotes a fictional “Afterlife Collection”, which offers a morbid service of turning the skin of a deceased loved one into necro clothing.

People have criticized and criticized PETA on Twitter for its recent actions. Twitter users use harsh words for organization. One of those users said, “So PETA made this thing out of human leather now. I just can’t today. Another user wrote: “PETA is launching a ‘human leather’ shop to save cows … while killing puppies and kittens. ”

Hanging out on PETA for its thoughtless actions, one user wrote: “If PETA really thinks that people are going to be so unhappy with these ‘human leather goods’, that they will rethink their product choices when it comes to products made from it. animals, & to stop buying them LMAO These things are going to sell out faster than those made from pets. ”

Another user expressed his thoughts on PETA’s launch of human leather and wrote: “Okay, I support PETA but it has gone too far. Maybe it is faux human leather but that’s when. even fucked up. ”

Angry with the campaign, one of the users wrote: “@PETA to launch a Dark Web style snuff market by selling human leather is a real crime against humanity which should require full responsibility, scrutiny. thorough and immediate legal action by the US and world governments. federal authorities and human rights organizations! “Another user wrote:” So when Peta makes human leather, they “promote animal rights”, but when I kill a woman and wear her skin , I am a “serial killer”.

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