122 comments

  • Syed A.
    01/19/2020 15:12

    That is why has forbidden to wear clothes...

  • Rizwan B.
    01/19/2020 13:05

    boycott this bcuz American can't produce it

  • Radhe D.
    01/19/2020 10:38

    Well done for highlighting n educating the poor uneducated!...

  • Elma D.
    01/19/2020 07:53

    Thanks for the info. Not gonna have silk ever. They are so uncomfortable any way

  • William Z.
    01/19/2020 07:35

    "Certain associations such as PETA call on consumers to boycott clothes made of silk" WTF! I wish I could literally laugh in their faces! Sometimes PETA reminds me of the Pharisees!

  • Go G.
    01/19/2020 06:23

    Which's yours, silk or recycled synthetic fibers?

  • Antonio S.
    01/19/2020 02:01

    It's not hurting anything because they don't exist in the wild. If anything letting the moths live could destroy ecosystems.

  • V J.
    01/18/2020 22:57

    The cocoons can't be harvested AFTER the moth emerges from it? Also. Can someone tell me how this is worse than clothes made from synthetic fibers that won't biodegrade and just contaminate the earth and its waters?

  • Lauren B.
    02/07/2019 13:48

    Actually they don't have to be killed... Google peace silk...not a single moth killed

  • Rudee M.
    01/26/2019 05:52

    ... I could def do without

  • Susan M.
    01/25/2019 03:13

    People commenting how cruel it is to kill silkworms in their cocoons probably eat chicken eggs without the slightest concern that the production process to have female hen requires all male chicks to be minced alive in grinders or gassed because they are a "by product", or they drink milk from cows where the male calves are killed at birth or live exported to go to veal farms. Address the cruelty on your plate first.

  • Susan M.
    01/25/2019 03:13

    People commenting how cruel it is to kill silkworms in their cocoons probably eat chicken eggs without the slightest concern that the production process to have female hen requires all male chicks to be minced alive in grinders or gassed because they are a "by product", or they drink milk from cows where the male calves are killed at birth or live exported to go to veal farms. Address the cruelty on your plate first.

  • Taylor G.
    01/15/2019 18:03

    They are silk worms. They hardly know what's going on around them. They should be worrying more about animals that can feel.

  • Jonathan R.
    12/22/2018 10:31

    Who the fuck cares what PETA think? Those losers kill their own animals.

  • Charles N.
    12/19/2018 23:37

    Bullshit they use the worms to feed fish

  • Amy G.
    12/12/2018 22:46

    Guys, these are literal insects. You don’t have a single problem with insecticides or stomping the roaches in your house, why on earth would you care about a domestic insect?

  • Jody J.
    10/05/2018 06:45

    PETA has its place and I’m happy they have their influence but not with silk worms. Sorry.

  • Cathleen C.
    08/13/2018 00:35

    Well ya had me until PETA was mentioned.

  • Shannon M.
    08/06/2018 23:08

    Didn't know this was the process...

  • Olivia G.
    08/05/2018 23:58

    What person watched a worm spinning it’s cocoon and thought “That would make a gorgeous dress.”?

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