“Real Housewife” Compares Fox-Fur Bikini Treatment to Cure for Cancer

Cindy Barshop, eco-fashion, sustainable fashion, green fashion, ethical fashion, sustainable style, animal cruelty, fox fur, faux fur

If former Real Housewives of New York City star Cindy Barhop didn’t think she was in enough hot water, the spa owner now compares her fox-fur bikini treatment to a cure for cancer, according to The Cut. The semi-permanent procedure, which involves affixing neon-colored fur or feathers to one’s ladyparts, are only designed to last three days—more if you avoid washing your nethers (sexy!). “It’s like buying an extra set of lingerie or a fun shirt a different pair of glasses,” Barshop, who runs Completely Bare on Madison Ave., says. “This is that fun thing that gives you a little pick-me-up.”

Cindy Barshop, eco-fashion, sustainable fashion, green fashion, ethical fashion, sustainable style, animal cruelty, fox fur, faux fur

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Barshop asks animal-rights supporters to “respect the right to wear fur down there,” but her detractors are having none of it. “It’s outright sleazy, and it’s downright cruel to kill an animal to decorate your privates,” Ingrid Newkirk, president of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, told The Huffington Post. “She seems to be making the point that fur is for c*nts.”

“She seems to be making the point that fur is for c*nts,” says PETA president Ingrid Newkirk.

Although Hollywood filmmakers use merkins to prevent actors from flashing their kibbles ‘n bits during nude scenes, the public wig dates back as far back as the 1450s, when prostitutes wore them to obscure signs of sexually transmitted diseases such as syphillis. Even Gawker, hardly a bastion of moral fortitude, dubs the furkin the “most trivial use for the fur industry in the history of humanity.”

But Barshop, who says her phones have been ringing off the hook, will not be swayed by the Negative Nellies. “It’s like I cured cancer,” she adds.

Somebody give this woman a Nobel Prize already.

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4 Responses to ““Real Housewife” Compares Fox-Fur Bikini Treatment to Cure for Cancer”

  1. greenapt says:

    We get it Ecouterre! You don’t like PETA but let me tell you that good old regular people such as myself, friends and family are also against the killing animals for their fur. Nothing fashionable, good feeling or glamorous about it. Your constant bashing of PETA only makes you look insensitive to the plight of animals suffering and dying for fashion. Why am i so upset? I’ve seen the wild trapping videos where fox and coyotes are trapped for days only to have the trapper come and beat them to death or crush the life out of them. Horrifying. Google it and watch the videos and quit bashing PETA.

  2. Brit Liggett says:

    Hey @greenapt maybe you should read the whole story before you leave a comment. It is OBVIOUS that Ecouterre is NOT into fur. And that Ecouterre loves PETA – duh – proof = a story about their nail stickers. http://www.ecouterre.com/peta-nail-couture-l-a-collaborate-on-bunny-patterned-nail-wraps/

  3. Smawt Ass (@SmawtAss) says:

    Not only is this sick for the fact that it is yet another reason to torture and kill innocent animals for moronic reasons – but it makes me sit back and wonder how or why are there women with nothing better to think about or spend their money on, than to have their bush waxed off, only to turn around and put a decorated hat on it.

    Is her next Fashion trend for us to all shave our heads because she’s going to brain-dazzle our bare skulls? The fact that there are women who’d rather have a decorated stinky p*ssy rather than simply a trimmed & CLEAN one – is beyond coomprehension.

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