Stop testing on animals to make your fragrances
  • Petitioned Christina Aguilera

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Christina Aguilera, Sony Music USA [RCA Records]
Christina Aguilera

Stop testing on animals to make your fragrances

    1. George Simmonds
    2. Petition by

      George Simmonds

      Oxford, United Kingdom

There has always been a somewhat substantial argument for animal testing within the realms of medicine and science, but by no means is it humane, or even appropriate, to use animals as a resource when it comes to fragrances and cosmetics.

Peta recently released a list (http://www.mediapeta.com/peta/PDF/companiesdotest.pdf) of cosmetic companies who still test on animals, and Christina Aguilera's fragrances are, unfortunately, cited. This applies to both her self-titled perfume, and the newer release, 'Royal Desire'.

Aguilera has a new album about to hit stores around the world ('Lotus' Nov. 9), a milestone in her career that will be truly paramount to her success in the future. I suggest boycotting the album on the basis of her animal-tested fragrances. Furthermore, I urge you all to message Sony Music USA on the link below, identifying your lack of support as a result of Aguilera's immorally-sourced perfumes.

http://hub.sonymusic.com/about/feedback.php

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    • Michael Shapiro GOLETA, CA
      • 9 months ago

      SHE'S JUST ANOTHER SLUT

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    • alina diaz fernandez MADRID, SPAIN
      • 9 months ago

      una mujer como tu tan talentosa y querida ,no debe de prestarse a esta labor con los animales,no te honra

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    • Bonnie Clark BYRON, GA
      • 9 months ago

      there are other ways to test that are better than using animals.

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    • Nora Jones NEWCASTLE, AUSTRALIA
      • 9 months ago

      We don't need you or your perfumes. GO AWAY, already!

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    • Carol Modrell WOODSVILLE, NH
      • 9 months ago

      Shame on you!

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