I'm no doctor, but I'm pretty sure that when a kid is in that fetus stage, it's more focused on growing organs than on growing strong feelings about prevalent social issues. PETA disagrees.
Here's a statement they made about their favorite fur-loving mother-to-be, Kim Kardashian:
"Children naturally identify and empathize with animals. So even though Kim and Kanye will undoubtedly serve as poor examples when it comes to kindness toward animals, perhaps their child will take after Aunt Khloe and choose kindness by rejecting fur.
Children who come from greedy, self-absorbed parents could follow their lead or break away and be alienated from and disgusted by them. Kim is a commodity: She is paid to wear things like fur or a particular makeup and to shake hands with dictator, so she is not a good example for a child or anyone else of how to show a social conscience. Thankfully, this child will be growing up in a time when most people know how blatantly cruel it is to buy a coat made from someone else’s skin…so there is hope."
Oh, PETA, you did not. You did not just say that. Because now I'm upset. I'm upset that you basically called Kim and Kanye bad parents before their baby was even born, and I'm upset that you made me want to defend Kim Kardashian. Why don't you think about the things you say and how they can affect people before you open your big finger-pointing mouth next time?
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