Is the modern, international fur trade fair?
This is not exactly a debate. I'm doing a project/debate on the topic listed above at school. I'm on the opposition side for the actual debate. I'm having trouble thinking of arguments for this topic. Could anyone help? You don't have to give me a physical argument, if you find a website that might apply, you can post that in the comments or accept the debate. Please help! It would be greatly appreciated!
Fair: "marked by impartiality and honesty : free from self-interest, prejudice, or favoritism" 
Fur is a commodity obtained by forcibly removing the outer organs from animals, effectively killing them. All of these animals are imprisoned and slaughtered for another animals' (humans') economic gain. The trading of bodies is slavery. The confinement of bodies in tight spaces forcibly and against their will for long periods is imprisonment. The slaughter of those bodies and minds is killing.
The animals who are killed, imprisoned and enslaved committed no crime other than being born. They are fully conscious of their environment and their masters'/executioners' cruelty. The trade is obviously entirely structured on self interest (vanity, greed), prejudice (against different bodies), and favoritism (for one species' wealth at the expense of the others' life/freedom). This trade is VERY unfair.
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