USA / China: Victoria’s Dirty Little Secret – Company Does U Turn To Gain Sales In China – At The Cost Of Animal Suffering.




SAV Comment

What a pity that a large organisation such as this has to put profit before animal welfare.  Should they not be using their obvious large global sales influence to put further pressure on the Chinese regarding all their animal abuse legislation ? – including asking them to undertake new Chinese legislation that prevents animal cruelty in order to make women look (allegedly) more beautiful ?

To us this is an ultimate hypocrisy from an organisation that was one given some credit and respect.  All this has now been lost by their new actions in China.  Maybe they should have a catwalk at the next Yulin festival where all their beautiful people can gorge themselves on the meats of street dogs that have been slaughtered barbarically.

Beautiful people ? – we dont think so.   

Keep watching the news to see what happens.  We will give any updates we know about this in the future.



PETA direct link to protest letter (to send):

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Victoria’s Secret, a formerly cruelty-free company, recently confirmed that it will now be selling cosmetics in China, a country that requires painful and deadly tests on animals for cosmetics.

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Suffering for Victoria’s Secret ‘Beautiful People’ !!

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It’s clear that the only “angels” associated with Victoria’s Secret are the sweet animals who will die on the company’s dime.

Tell Victoria’s Secret that you don’t support this horrible decision.

For all animals,

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After years of not testing on animals, the company has confirmed that it will begin selling in China—meaning it will pay for cruel tests on animals!

Although the company fully understands the Chinese government’s requirements for tests on animals for cosmetics, it has chosen to enter this market anyway

Victoria’s Secret has been removed from PETA’s list of companies that don’t test on animals, and will find itself on PETA’s list of companies that do test on animals until it chooses compassion over cruelty.

Fortunately, PETA has received pledges from other companies—including The Body Shop, Urban Decay, NYX Cosmetics, Yes To Inc., and morethat they will never sell in China while animal tests are required.

Please tell Victoria’s Secret that cruelty isn’t sexy and that you won’t buy its products until the company is 100 percent cruelty-free again.

PETA direct link to protest letter (to send):

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