Call The Glambulance: Completely Bare Sells Fur Decorations For Your Lady Parts, PETA Slams Them

Cindy Barshop, former cast member of the Real Housewives of New York, has officially pissed off PETA with a new service offered by her salon, Completely Bare. The new service is similar to that of vajazzling but instead of rhinestones, the salon decorates your lady parts with fur…and feathers. This,”Fox Bikini” retails for a cool $225. Yes, Glamazons, you read that right. Obvsi, PETA is not happy. Here is what the president of PETA, Ingrid Newkirk, had to say:

“It’s outright sleazy, and it’s downright cruel to kill an animal to decorate your privates. She seems to be making the point that fur is for c*nts.”

In response, Cindy Barshop argued:

“I am not an extremist. I don’t believe in cruelty to animals and I don’t eat red meat, but that doesn’t mean I hate those that do. The last I heard, the word c*nt was used by bullies in high school.”

While I’m not at all a fan or in support of this new treatment ($215 fur on your vajayjay?! I can’t!), I do feel that PETA was out of line for the use of the word ‘c*nt’. That’s so negative and rude, and I’m sure the president could of gotten her point across with the ‘c*nt’ remark.

At the same time, I’m trying desperately to figure out what woman in their right minds would wax her private area just to trade it in for some fox fur. I mean, really. Isn’t the point of a wax to rid of the extra unwanted hairs anyway instead of adding animal hair? Help me understand.

Anyway, it would be in her company’s best interest to get rid of the “Fox Bikini” enhancements and trade it in for something more animal-friendly. What do you think, Glamazons? Would you get this treatment done? Is PETA out of line (as usual)? Discuss.

Love & Fashion,

Glamazon Kamille

 

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