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Cruelty Free Beauty Rant

I hate fallacies surrounding cruelty free where people say you're not good enough to be cruelty free or what you do doesn't matter, so I made a cruelty free rant video.

Cruelty Free Beauty Rant

I hate fallacies surrounding cruelty free where people say you’re not good enough to be cruelty free or what you do doesn’t matter, so I made a cruelty free beauty rant video. I truly believe that every little bit that you can do adds up and helps out. I really dislike zealots and people who say you’re not good enough if you don’t live up to their exacting standards. Just so we’re clear, there is no legal definition of cruelty free in the USA right now. But it’s generally accepted by Leaping Bunny and PETA that cruelty free means no testing on animals.

What I’m Wearing

Wearing Anastasia Beverly Hills Blank Blush Wearing Urban Decay Oblivion Lipstick

Fashion

  • CowCow Purple Bat Pumpkin Dress
  • Bunny Paige Micro Spiked Heart Necklace
  • Of Stars & Wine Choker

Eyes

Face

Lips

Cruelty Free Beauty Rant Video

Cruelty Free Beauty Rant

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  • I really appreciate what you have to say. I’ve been a vegetarian for 37 going on 38 years (My whole life.) That’s how I was raised. I don’t care how other people live their lives. This isn’t Gilead yet.

  • This video makes me respect you more than ever. I’m reminded of experiences I had in the past (including one with a women’s rights group which had enough “rules” for being good enough to be part of them to fill a book the length of War and Peace) and I wish this video had existed then as it would have saved me a lot of angst and insecurity. Thank you for being you.

  • You and I had a conversation several years ago about becoming a vegetarian. I told you that I was really struggling with it. That’s when you mentioned doing baby steps. I also use that approach to eliminate beauty products that are not cruelty-free. I pick one brand each year to eliminate that isn’t cruelty-free. This year, I even picked two.

    So, this regular conversation we had helped me to help the earth just a bit more. And, I know that’s a good thing.

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