Common practices for obtaining wool and silk are cruel and cost the life of both animal and insect. Even if the wool or silk is obtained without “harming the animals” they are still kept as commodities and bred at excessive rates using land and resources to fuel these unnecessary practices. There are a number of natural fibers being used today and more being discovered each year that can be used instead of participating in this cycle of abuse.
(Thanks to Angel Flinn for kind permission to share FAQ)
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