The ‘I’d Rather … Than Wear Fur’ Challenge

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We’re teaming up with FightMe, the 30-second challenge app, to spread the word that animals are not fabric.

Before fur reaches store shelves, animals endure a life of misery, pain and fear. In the “I’d Rather … Than Wear Fur” Challenge, FightMe users record 30-second videos that show the world what they’d rather do than wear fur and nominate their friends to do the same.

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The campaign was kicked off by champion freerunner Tim Shieff, who showed his support by jumping into an ice-cold reservoir and challenged his fans to show off how far they’d go to reject fur. So far entries have including eating a raw onion, walking barefoot downtown and even kissing a stranger!

Check out all the entries and take part yourself. Download the app, record your video, nominate friends and show the world just how cruel it is to wear fur!

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Comments

  • ANKITA PRIYA commented on April 14, 2015 at 4:20 pm

    i want d fur industries to be shut because-its inhuman,unethical. we humans have no rights to kill animals in an inhumane way jst fa fashion!!mny f dem dont evn get to see d sunlight,dey r electrocuted,tortured!! i feel dis has to end asap..

  • Debra Tuffs commented on April 16, 2015 at 6:31 pm

    I agree. It is backward, immoral, vile and disgusting.

  • Ivan commented on April 17, 2015 at 8:47 pm

    Briliant Idea

  • Maria Lucia de Oliveira Abrahao commented on April 23, 2015 at 3:24 pm

    PLEASE, IF YOU CONSIDER THE RIGHTS OF INNOCENT CREATURESOF GOD, FIGHT AGAINST CRUELTY OF THE ANIMALS AND ALL KINDS OF VIOLENCE, THANXXX

  • Maria Lucia de Oliveira Abrahao commented on April 23, 2015 at 3:26 pm

    I AM AGAINST ALL KINDS OF VIOLENCE AND CRUELTY
    WE CAN PROTECT THE INNOCENTS. PLEASE FIGHT FOR THE PEACE IN THE WORLD BY THIS LITTLE ACT
    THANXXX

  • Nicoletta Zachou commented on April 29, 2015 at 8:32 pm

    God would had create me with fur if I need it…

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