Get rid of the lipstick that is named "Celebutard"

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Terry Curran
8 years ago
The word shouldn't be used to 'glamourise' a disability and a hateful word.

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David Corbett
8 years ago
We need to build a better, more empathetic world; gently remind anyone being unwittingly unfeeling and assertively call out anyone being willfully indifferent.

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Caroline Paxton
8 years ago
parent of child with DS

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Molly Gallagher
8 years ago
Because it is unacceptable

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Sadie Burnett-Pollock
8 years ago
Because it is offensive and a form of bullying

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Gail McSkimmings
8 years ago
I have a 4 year old daughter with Down Syndrome. The name of this lipstick is offensive, thoughtless and ignorant to all people with developmental disabilities, their family, advocates, educators and supporters.

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Anna Brennan
8 years ago
Very very uncool :(

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Bonnie Ann Dombroski
8 years ago
My 22 year old daughter has Down Syndrome, and she and her friends deserve to have the same respect as others. Discrimination against the "Differently-abled" MUST STOP. The ignorance of Sephora and Kat Von D is appalling. You would think these educated individuals would have more common sense and the creativity to come up with a more appropriate name for a lipstick.

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Silvia Garcia
8 years ago
Cause it's offensive and maybe it is a small thing to do but little by little we have to make this world a better place.

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Maria Reyna
8 years ago
My 15 month old baby has Down syndrome I hate that word point blank .