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Why I Love Russian Women in Fur Coats


Sorry PETA..

But I absolutely LOVE the sight of a Russian Lady in a Fur Coat.

When you live in a place like Siberia there is just nothing more incredible to look at especially during the long winters here.

And you know what the greatest thing is?

The Russian Ladies who wear these coats are COMPLETELY guilt free when they walk around in them. As a matter of fact they are damn proud of their coats and rightfully so.

You see not only do these coats look stunning but they also keep these ladies REAL WARM too. (wow what a concept)

In fact these FUR Coats work so well that there’s a big volume of business for them.. There are countless specialty outlets in Russia which offer a huge selection of coats, jackets, hats (sharpkas), and even sexy looking boots all made from different types of REAL Animal Fur…

And I COMPLETELY Support It.

Sorry Again PETA..

But I don’t care what kind of guilt trip you TRY to throw at me either..

I just simply don’t care about what you say or try to show me with your various shock tactics. I can say this because I believe the best way to keep animals from becoming extinct is to allow the Free Market to work and to increase their value over time.

This only provides REAL Incentives to either protect or domesticate them..

Or in other words..

If people want animal products bad enough I’m sure that someone will find a way to keep them around..

(You don’t see cows becoming extinct because of their milk, meat or leather do you?)

Anyways let me get off my Libertarian Soap Box for now..

Because when all is said and done..

There is just nothing in this world quite like the beauty of REAL Fur..

And there sure as hell ain’t nothing that feels like it too..

Russian women in furcoat

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78 Responses to Why I Love Russian Women in Fur Coats

  1. Ceiver on 02/17/2007 at 2:40 pm

    Absolutely amazing!

    …and i’m near PETA headquarters, total BS.

    • AGG on 04/26/2011 at 5:34 am

      Hi All,

      I thought you might enjoy this little story about PETA and “Fried Chicken”:

      Our teacher asked us what our favorite animal was, and I said, “Fried Chicken.” She said I wasn’t funny, but she couldn’t have been right, because everyone else in the class laughed. My parents told me to always be truthful and honest, and I am. Fried chicken is my favorite animal. I told my dad what happened, and he said my teacher was probably a member of PETA.

      He said they love animals very much.

      I do, too. Especially chicken, pork and beef. Anyway, my teacher sent me to the principal’s office. I told him what happened, and he laughed, too. Then he told me not to do it again.

      The next day in class my teacher asked me what my favorite live animal was.
      I told her it was chicken. She asked me why, just like she’d asked the other children. So I told her it was because you could ring their neck and make them into fried chicken.
      She sent me back to the principal’s office again. He laughed again, and told me not to do it again.

      I don’t understand.

      My parents taught me to be honest, but my teacher doesn’t like it when I am.

      Today, my teacher asked us to tell her what famous person we admire most.

      I told her, “Colonel Sanders.”

      Guess where I am now…..???

  2. Hero on 02/17/2007 at 3:20 pm

    “There are countless specialty outlets in Russia which offer… sexy looking boots…”

    I LOVE seeing high-heeled leather boots on a shapely woman, especially if she wears them with tight jeans or a short skirt.

  3. Shaun Alexander on 02/17/2007 at 4:07 pm

    And the sight of a tall, slim, long-haired Russian lady in a full-length leather coat…

    Oh baby… :)

  4. Craig on 02/17/2007 at 6:46 pm

    As a member of PETA (People for the Eating of Tasty Animals) I say “YEAH, BABY, YEAH!”

  5. wolverine on 02/17/2007 at 7:25 pm

    I”ll have to remember that. People for the eating of tasty animals. That’s really a good one. :D

  6. Akhand on 02/17/2007 at 7:30 pm


  7. Akhand on 02/17/2007 at 7:31 pm

    Blessed either the animal which sacrificed itself to heat the body of this young lady.

    Nice pic dude :)

  8. K. on 02/17/2007 at 8:34 pm

    Beautiful! I love furcoats as well, as they’re some of the warmest material you’ll ever get to wear.
    PeTA is just another fanatical organization like Feminism, that supports animal rights, and then turns around and “euthanizes” hundreds of them. It’s very similar!

  9. Craig on 02/17/2007 at 8:49 pm

    PETA are also the kind-hearted folks who refused to help rescue cattle stranded by the snowstorm in Colorado a couple months ago. It was against their principles, on the grounds that they were going to be killed and eaten anyway. They preferred to let them die of starvation and exposure.

  10. siberianow on 02/17/2007 at 9:01 pm

    I am so glad you wrote that post. I don’t think that any real lady should be without a fur coat. Here, none of the college women to my knowledge ever wear fur coats. And it is a big shame.


  11. QuietRebel on 02/17/2007 at 10:18 pm

    Lovely picture of the girl in fur coat…

    Imagine this moment … cuddling a beautiful girl in her fur coat. Not only that would give you that wonderful warmth, it would be like hugging a Teddy Bear that is so cushiony, comfy and lovable! :)

    My mom still wears a beautiful black fur coat during wintertime. It’s a part of the family tradition. Mothers in my family always wear fur coats when it’s cold outside.

    Again, thanks for the wonderful post!

  12. Hero on 02/17/2007 at 10:38 pm

    I’ll bet you a million bucks that PETA members have no problem with using human embryos for stem cell research, or just killing them to control the human population. :>

  13. Hero on 02/17/2007 at 10:38 pm

    Sorry, meant to put an angry emoticon there.

  14. Greenlander on 02/18/2007 at 3:05 am

    Hey, I didn’t work my way up to the top of the food chain for nothing.

  15. siberianow on 02/18/2007 at 12:51 pm

    Here is an angry emoticon for you Hero (because PETA makes me angry too.) :evil:

    And by the way…
    Here is an excerpt from 5-10 years from now…

    Me: Oh yes my Siberian princess, you look so wonderful in your new fur coat.

    Random PETA person: Oh no! You’re not treating animals ethically. Animals are not meant to be worn. You’re such a bad person for wearing that fur coat. Boo hoo hoo hoo. :cry:

    Me: Well that’s too bad PETA. Remember, you lost the social/cultural war along with the feminists. You guys both gave up and surrendered to the MRA 3 years ago, remember? We are the victors, and you and the feminists are the defeated.

    PETA Person: Oh yes that is right. We truly are the defeated, I just forgot. That is why I can see everyone laughing at me right now for the ridiculous statements I just made, since noone believes in PETA or the feminists anymore…

    Crowd: (laughing at PETA person) Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha :lol:

    Me: You see, communism, socialism, feminism, liberalism, and Marxism have been defeated, and traditional conservatism has won.

  16. Craig on 02/18/2007 at 2:44 pm


    “I love red meat. I’ll only eat red meat that comes from cows who smoke, okay? Special cows they grow in Virginia with voice boxes in their necks. This is America. I want a bowl of raw red meat right now. Forget about that. Bring me a live cow over to the table. I’ll carve off what I want and ride the rest home.” – Denis Leary

  17. feminist_scum on 02/18/2007 at 4:01 pm

    Peta are ass*****. Feminism and Peta are both very similar in some ways.

    That woman in her fur coat is awesome. :)

  18. rule62 on 02/19/2007 at 12:31 pm

    My Russian wife has an awesome fur coat. I love when she wears it. And I agree, PETA is pathetic.

    Craig said:

    “PETA are also the kind-hearted folks who refused to help rescue cattle stranded by the snowstorm in Colorado a couple months ago. It was against their principles, on the grounds that they were going to be killed and eaten anyway. They preferred to let them die of starvation and exposure.”

    Against their principles, HA! They didn’t want to get out of their nice warm offices. Hypocrites.

  19. kzarz on 02/19/2007 at 2:23 pm

    I once dated a girl from PETA. She was hot but weird. Real weird. Even the sex was weird. I’m glad she dunped me for a PETA-man. I couldn’t stand the drama.

    Siberian Princess is so hot with that fur coat.

  20. Mongoose on 02/19/2007 at 3:29 pm

    YES!!!! Mongoose has two mink coats and likes her steaks nice and rare!!! Finally we agree!!


  21. Craig on 02/19/2007 at 4:04 pm

    “Finally we agree!!”
    :shock: I’m sensing a disturbance in the space-time continuum!!

  22. kzarz on 02/19/2007 at 4:19 pm

    I have been feeling a little sick lately.

  23. Mongoose on 02/19/2007 at 4:22 pm

    Those PETA people are nuts!!! If anybody comes at me in my white mink with a can of spray paint, you will see it on the news!!!


    (It’s OK Craig–if we all dissagreed about everthing, I would be very surpried.

  24. Mongoose on 02/19/2007 at 4:23 pm

    kzarz–I hope you aren’t pregnant. Gotta watch that mangina!!!


  25. kzarz on 02/19/2007 at 4:44 pm

    No chance of that. My mongoose sees to that every morning.

  26. wonderlander on 02/20/2007 at 4:13 pm


    You say Russian woman, you mean natural fur. It’s the sacred fetish of our wild hearts. It’s a must-have attribute of the Real Women’s kin. Fur coat is Queen, fur trim is Full-Fledged Citizen (or “white human” as I say).

    When I was a baby, I couldn’t be dragged off my Mother’s fur collar (the silver fox, not the mink one). I’d dive my face into it and feel junky happy!

    It was fun to see how hypnotized men went at my burgundy racoon collar & cuff coat later on. They turned the same babies at the sight of a magic doll!

    (A girl friend of mine, that busy barrister, used to sleep on the soft “Kind Racoon” shoulder all the way in the bus on a holiday tour to Prague where I dragged her out to resuscitate after a troublesome year. One of the warm funny memories of our friendship.)

    And a whole silver fox, outrageously out of fashion (bought and preserved by my Grandmother) but flaunted for fun justified by the New Year party, secretly brought me a wooer I couldn’t have even imagine being there…

    Yes I’d prefer if fur grew on trees, but you won’t ever violate Natalia into dim scabrous fake fur. Better naked ))) Or donate all clothes but one fur coat :*)))

    …Fur to Women is something inalienable like Meat to Men! :-D

    The good auld “Conan the Barbarian” hunter stuff… )

    ahh… X-)

  27. wonderlander on 02/20/2007 at 4:16 pm

    Forgot to mention: in the above baby years, when kids start naming things, and I first saw a dog, I said: “Fur runs!” )))

  28. wonderlander on 02/20/2007 at 4:23 pm

    Hero Says:
    February 17th, 2007 at 10:38 pm
    I’ll bet you a million bucks that PETA members have no problem with using human embryos for stem cell research, or just killing them to control the human population. :>


  29. Hero on 02/20/2007 at 5:00 pm

    Calm down Natalia!

    Looks like Russian women are literally crazy about fur! Well, when I get a Russian girlfriend I’ll know what to get her for her birthday and Christmas. It looks like I’ll be amply rewarded for my generosity. :)

  30. wolverine on 02/20/2007 at 6:07 pm

    I remmeber my grandma wearing a black Russian sable coat a a kid. Since then I have always associated fur coats with a classy woman. My grandma still wears fur, but her new favorite is here grey/brown mink coat. I hav a sheepskin coat, but even on the coldest days, I’m sweating like crazy in it. I don’t wear it often for that fact.

  31. Ceiver on 02/20/2007 at 9:36 pm

    To Natalia, ok naked is good. Photos?

    PETA is busy defending itself from destroying cats and dogs and leaving them in dumpsters locally.
    The Barnum & Baily Circus will be in town tomorrow, I’m sure PETA will be there to scare the children.

  32. canajun on 02/20/2007 at 11:16 pm

    Such a lovely and divine sight to see with none of the guilt and fear so previlent in American or Canadian society of wearing the furs of Gods creatures as our ancestors have for thousands and thousands of years.
    I wonder how the humans would have survived without them. Too bad it’s been forgotten. :(

  33. siberianow on 02/21/2007 at 2:02 am

    Guys I have some really bad news…

    It turns out that “Patriot” was, after all, one of the 4 or 5 people at my college who especially hated me. In fact, he was the one person who hated me most of all.

    Now what Patriot has done is made a website that is essentially an “I hate Luke Skywalker” thread on a popular website, and he has a link to my blog on it.

    Something tells me that he doesn’t like the fact that we trounced him in the debate two weeks ago.

    What he is doing is essentially spilling out all the bad and embarassing parts of my life story for the last two and a half years at the college onto the internet, along with outright lies that never happened (he is a very good liar and very good at making up fake stories).

    While some of the things that he writes are true (albeit bad and embarrasing things that shouldn’t be spilled out on the internet), many of the worse things that he writes are the outright lies.

    Now, people on Patriot’s thread are buying into all of this saying stuff like “Luke is so horrible”, and “I don’t ever want to even go near Luke”. Quite honestly, I don’t care about what random people on the internet think.
    But I do care very much about what you guys think, since you are such great people. If you ever find Patriot’s thread, please don’t believe a word of it.
    And especially you, GL. Please know that he is a liar who is very good at manipulating people. The last thing I want is for you to believe one of his fake stories, and say that I don’t deserve to come to Russia.

    He has also effectively stated that he is planning to write detailed stories on many more of the mistakes and bad things I did while at college in addition to the ones that he has up now.
    He has also said that he will keep writing and writing more and more stories as long as his thread’s readers continue to show interest in “the ridiculous life of Luke”.

    Guys, I am absolutely not lying about this. He is trying desperately to paint me as a person who belongs in a straightjacket rather than in Siberia. Again, if you ever find this thread, please please talk to me before believing anything he says, because much of it is lies.

    –Luke Skywalker

  34. rw_man on 02/21/2007 at 2:30 am

    Relax Siberianow..

    That only means that he’s threatened by your words and your popularity.

    Nothing to stress about. Just keep this in mind.

    Little people talk about other people..

    Big people talk about Ideas..

    Let him expose himself for the little person that he is.. Quality people will look at his agenda (along with other lurkers in this blog) and say..

    “Hmmm What unusual motive might this person have for being here especially if this blog is not their cup of tea?”

    Get it?

    Let him spin his wheels.. what’s he going to do? Dedicate his whole life towards slamming you? Sounds like an obsessive freak to me. Remember the overbearing father in the movie “American Beauty”? Watch out Siberianow this guy might actually have a thing for you..


  35. siberianow on 02/21/2007 at 3:44 am

    All right this is getting out of hand…

    Patriot just took two of my posts, the entire text and everything, off of my blog and put them on his thread and proceeded to try to make fun of them.

    I think that should be regarded as copyright infringement.

    I mean short quotes is one thing, but the entire text?!

    Rw_man, I know that you are very protective of your pictures of Russian Women, and won’t allow them to be posted anywhere on the internet except for your blog.

    Well I think that the same protections of pictures should apply to texts, too.

    I’m not kidding, he took the entire thing of two of my posts. Not short quotes, the entire thing.

    I don’t think anybody here is a lawyer, but what would you do if somebody did that to your blog?
    Do you think I can get a lawyer to make him take my posts off his thread?

    I would appreciate any advice.


  36. siberianow on 02/21/2007 at 4:12 am

    Ok this has gotten way out of hand. Here is Patriot’s site. Please keep in mind that many of his “stories” about me are outright lies. Unfortunately, none of you will be able to comment on it because it is one of those sites where you have to pay in order to have an account, which you need in order to comment.

    BTW, his screen name on that site is “Beef Stew”.

    Please give me some feedback on what he is doing: I have had people tease me before in my life, but I have never had anyone post all my life story all over the internet like he is doing to me now, among the other bad things he is doing with this thread. In other words, I have been through a lot in my life, but this is quite a concentrated and systematic effort to decry me.

    –Luke Skywalker

  37. siberianow on 02/21/2007 at 4:42 am

    On the other hand, I suppose that although I am quite shocked, maybe after all, I should put a flower to Patriot’s gun. (like you did with Anon)

    Becuase I really don’t think that his gun has any bullets in it, either.

    Because he linked to my site on a popular website, my site is now getting a huge amount of traffic.

    The flower to the gun will be a new post in which I will warmly welcome the new visitors (there are hundreds of them coming in) and I will give them links to awesome stuff that I know they’ll like such as really cool power metal songs on youtube (which is an absolutely great psychadelic type of music that I love). And of course I will make sure that they see the great pictures that I have on my site, and of course I will show them a link to your site for those of them who like beautiful women.

    –Luke Skywalker

  38. siberianow on 02/21/2007 at 6:14 am

    Also this bears saying one more time before I go..

    Please dont believe the stuff he says.
    For a substantial portion of it, he is absolutely lying through his teeth.

  39. rw_man on 02/21/2007 at 7:03 am


    If you do what you love and love what you mean then don’t worry and just roll with it. In life everyone is either going to love you or hate you and if you please everyone then you are pleasing no one.

    There is always a benefit to this attention like you eluded to earlier. Use it..


  40. wolverine on 02/21/2007 at 9:25 am

    Don’t worry Luke. To tell the truth, bomb throwers usually bring people to a site, mostly out of curiosity, esp if he is linking. I aso wouldn’t get into arguements with him as it lowers your credibility. Let him do his think while you do yours. He is probably just doing that to watch you burst your pipes and go crazy. Don’t give him the pleasure. Kid of funny that the less you argue with someones accusations, and admit the ones he’s right about, the more credibility it gives you.You can take my 24 years of experienced advice for whatever you think it’s worth.

  41. canajun on 02/21/2007 at 11:18 am

    I feel the point is made with Mr. Skywalker and the soap opera is in need of change. I understand concerns, but my participation is to learn more of Russia, the culture, the people, the experiences, etc, etc.
    Please GL, can we move along? I just recieved word for a successful response for an invitation letter. I wonder which consulate I should send my information too. Any advise? Seattle is the one listed for Wisconsin, But Houston would be quicker. Any ideas anyone? ;)

  42. Craig on 02/21/2007 at 2:24 pm

    yeah, I’m kind of reminded of The Sorcerer’s Apprentice.

    Luke, there’s no such thing as bad publicity! If you let him get your goat, then he succeeded. Ignore him or laugh at him and you rise above him, and quality people will see the difference between you and him.

    Why don’t you send him some stories about yourself that he missed?

  43. rw_man on 02/21/2007 at 5:26 pm

    Luke keep doing what you are doing!

    You are driving serious traffic to my blog today! :)

    Craig was right.. no such things as bad publicity!

    Canajun, I don’t know which consulates would be faster. Knew about the Seattle office but not the Houston. Please keep us posted with your progress and good luck!


  44. siberianow on 02/22/2007 at 2:48 am


    Believe it or not, Patriot actually got me on TopBlog with his antics (#90).
    See for yourself:

    Also, what do you do with bombthrowers that use nasty language. I mean, like ones that have absolutely nothing to say, but just offer one-line insults and call you misogynist. Should they be put on the spam list?

    Here is an example of what I mean:

    I really want you to tell me the proper thing to do because I want to come up with good proper blog policies.


  45. Vendula on 02/22/2007 at 3:24 am

    Dear rw_man
    I can’t help teasing you a little bit.
    On some other men’s right pages, there are articles style: women destroy nature because of their frivolous life-style, their desire of diamonds, pearls…cause conflicts and deaths.
    So what am I to think? What shall I say? If I write
    #1 I am against furs, I’ll recieve a bunch of hatefull e-mails that I am a feminist, eco-nutts, liberal…
    #2 a real lady should own a fur-coat (pearls, diamonds…)I will be accused of being contaminated by American women’s consumerism, that I am bleeding out my husband’s wallet…
    So, what now?

  46. rw_man on 02/22/2007 at 6:14 am

    See Luke you got nothing to stress about..

    This little “Bad PR” as you claim just also forwarded a ton of traffic to my site and gave me my second highest day ever volume wise.

    So like I said enjoy it.. and remember what they say about what to do when life gives you lemons.


  47. rw_man on 02/22/2007 at 6:21 am


    A fur coat has real functionality and is superior in many ways in this type of weather. I don’t consider it at all an extravagant item here. Also the “extravagant” issue doesn’t matter here because you can’t normally generalize Russian women by what they wear or what accessories they have.

    My main point on this post was to show off the beauty of a woman in a fur coat and to protest against anyone like PETA for example that would try to take that freedom away.

    Don’t stress and do what you want to do without interference from outside opinions. You’ll learn soon enough what you feel comfortable with.


  48. wolverine on 02/22/2007 at 6:24 am

    GL, you’re against People for the Eating of Tasty Animals??????? Shame. :P Bomb throwers can be good to bring people in out of curiosity.

  49. Hero on 02/22/2007 at 2:04 pm

    I’m going poaching at the zoo today so that I can make Natalia a tiger skin coat. Maybe that will turn her into a tigress. :evil:

  50. Hero on 02/22/2007 at 2:06 pm

    Sorry, wrong emoticon again. This is what I meant:

  51. wonderlander on 02/22/2007 at 2:23 pm

    Spare the streaky kitty till you feel like committing to someone )

    …”Hero in Tiger’s Skin” – almost the classical poem


  52. wolverine on 02/22/2007 at 2:26 pm

    Hero, are you going to ea the tiger’s ‘happy place’ so that according to Chinese medicine, you’ll become a fierce ‘animal’ lover?? :P :D

  53. Hero on 02/22/2007 at 2:39 pm

    What do you mean, “become”?

  54. Hero on 02/22/2007 at 2:41 pm
  55. siberianow on 02/23/2007 at 6:46 am

    GL, would you mind it if I were to say to the stream of bombthrowers continually coming to my site from Beef-Stew’s (aka Patriot’s) site:

    “You guys better cut it out before I get GL in here.”

    I think it would serve as an effective deterrent..


  56. siberianow on 02/23/2007 at 11:50 am

    Actually scratch that. I’m not even going to say anything at all to the bombthrower-squads, because their material makes so little sense, that it doesn’t even deserve a reply.

  57. kzarz on 02/23/2007 at 6:51 pm

    “You guys better cut it out before I get GL in here.”


    You know, it really comforts me that I can call on my favorite superhero GL-Green Lantern for help and to keep me on the straight and narrow.

    Thanks, GL. Keep up the good work.

  58. david dent on 02/24/2007 at 11:11 pm

    A great blog. Should ANYBODY with a brain doubt the eco friendly and ethical nature of fur as a resource please feel free to visit my website .

    It is no coincidence that the Northern boreal forests produce 80% of the world’s furs and they are the most “untouched” wildernesses left.

    Fur, and hunting in most forms, provide an incentive for conservation. My website has many academic links from Conservationists , aboriginal peoples etc . A brief browse of these will leave you in no doubt why Russian women feel no guilt about wearing fur.

    Anyone who thinks PETA have any credibility left whatsoever neds to visit

    Thankyou for speaking out on this matter

  59. Dio on 02/28/2007 at 7:23 am

    I love Russian women too, even without fur coat. Reason: Russian women taught me ‘russki yazik’ at National University for three years. I found them very loving and great teachers. I miss them still.

  60. 2DYE4 on 04/08/2007 at 7:06 am

    Howdy! Great thread here. I’m a moderator on a fur fashion site (see the link above). One thing we’ve noticed is that there are tons of great photos of Slavick women (Russian, Polish, Austrian, etc) in furs out there. AND they know how to wear them!

    We often have to deal with PETA spammers on the fur site… I enjoy whipping out the ol’ banstick and whacking the PETA spammer out of the ballpark.

    There’s a great video that you can probably find on YouTube or Google Video from comedians Penn & Teller. They had a show on (I think) HBO call “Bullsh**”. Essentially, each episode was an exploration of BS organizations, and the one with PETA is amazing. Go take a look at it when you get the chance.

  61. rw_man on 04/09/2007 at 4:39 am

    Welcome 2DYE4,

    I don’t think you’ll find any PETA supporters here. I’ve been spammed by a few of them myself since I put up this post. It’s actually funny how radical they are since they’ve stated that I should go perish in various horrible ways. Nice eh?

    Anyways.. I would love to see these guys come out to Russia to see how long they last with their “campaign”. It would be a heck of a show to watch I’m sure.

    Thanks again for your comment.


  62. Canuck on 04/30/2007 at 4:48 am

    Natalia… “It’s the sacred fetish of our wild hearts.”

    This was not “her” reaction to the topic. She had some other ideas for what meant more.

  63. d.j.joyal on 02/03/2008 at 9:15 pm

    As far as I am concerned, PETA means— People

    Everyone Thinks are A–holes

  64. Scallawag on 02/20/2008 at 12:56 am

    LoL.. PETA.. the most loosely connected bunch of uneducated, unorganized and unwanted people I’ve ever seen. They are the ones that “rescue” animals from fur farms only to leave them in the area to starve to death and be eaten by predators instead of dying from no pain after a lifetime longer than (on average) they would have experienced in the wild.. while warm and fed. Yep. Plus they all smell like animals and have pet fur all over them all the time. Yea they’re the ones that look like they couldn’t score a date to save their lives. But they sure are close to their pets.. But that’s another type of porn, huh? :P

  65. RonGav on 03/24/2008 at 7:19 pm

    There is a saying that one’s opposition to fur decreases with the temperature. Russian women understand this and wear natural fur primarily for its warmth but also for its styling, and I hope sex appeal. However men know the value of a fur coat in sub-zero temperatures as well. I was raised in a family in Northern California where wearing a fur coat was a normal occurence on a cold day. Thus I have no aversion to wearing fur myself. And I can add there have been several visits to cold mountain venues where I’m glad I brought my raccoon coat. Keep the faith all.

  66. rw_man on 03/25/2008 at 4:41 pm

    Hi RonGav,

    You nailed it.. I would love for PETA to come out here in the winter and try to spread their ideas here. Fur is AWESOME.. It keeps these ladies incredibly warm and protected like no other material out there.

    Mother nature not only made something functional but it’s incredibly beautiful too.


  67. T. on 03/25/2008 at 7:29 pm

    If I may put my two cents on this subject please bare with me. I think that reason or purpose is the whole difference in any subject. For example, if we think about something as simple as hitting a friend. Its not the hitting that matters but the why behind it. Did I hit him out of utter frustration and the intention of harm? Or did I hit him because he had a scorpion on his shirt?
    Same thing applies to animals, I cannot agree to slaughter for indiscriminate reasons, but I agree to the use of animals for food, shelter and protection. Not a single one of us would be here if it were not for those uses. Extremes are bad, in most circumstances and this is one more case of it. Make good use of the resources you have available, indiscriminate use will diminish those resources.


  68. wonderlander on 03/26/2008 at 4:10 pm

    That “Terkel in Trouble” vegan fervor is qualified in psychiatry primers as “reactive formation”: (1) Social norms don’t let one express certain subconscious moves, sadistic for example, – one may not even admit them to oneself. (2) The brain finds a witty way out: all aggression is directed 180o round under the flag of morality and compassion.

    I just stumbled upon the copybook example (Jules Masserman, Princiрles of Dynamic Psychiatry, 1962):

    “I’ve read [an article] about your work on alcoholism. I wonder how a man as educated as appropriate to your standing can stoop to torturing helpless little cats for the sake of curing alcoholics… An alcoholic doesn’t want to be cured – it’s a moron who’s found his place in a ditch, and there he should be left. Why, rather than torture helpless little cats, not torture drunkards, or, still better, use your ostensibly good intent to enact extermination of all drinkers… I heartfully wish your home incur a thousand time more throes than those you are causing to the little creatures. If you are an example of a famous psychiatrist, I am glad to be a simple man without degrees. I better be myself with clear conscience, knowing that I haven’t harmed any living thing – I can sleep without seeing terrified dying cats – I know they have to die after you have finished your tests on them. There is no punishment too severe for you, and I hope to live long enough to read about your mutilated body and prolonged suffering leading to your death – and I’ll be laughing long and loud.”

    Or, as Russian aphorists put it, “Everyone who disgraces the lofty title of a humanist, must have his head ruthlessly torn off!” (Andrey Knyshev) – “Kill a beaver, save a birch!” (author unknown)

  69. Net Jock on 07/05/2008 at 9:27 pm

    Dear Folks:

    I love to see women in fur coats myself. It not only keeps the women warm, but it also makes them look very sophisticated, mature and sexy at the same time. PETA (People 4 the Ethical Treatment of Animals) is always coming to the defense of these creatures who cannot do a darned thing for them in return. Why is that? I wonder what their stand on the death penalty is. I would like to have that angry emoticon too.

    Net Jock

  70. RonGav on 08/27/2008 at 6:37 pm

    There is a saying that “one’s opposition to fur drops with the temperature.” In the case of Russian women – there is no discussion. They know the value of a good fur coat in frigid temperatures and high wind. They don’t succumb to agenda-driven social pressures. I applaud them.

  71. Jason H. on 02/11/2009 at 7:15 am

    Not only do I love Russian women, fur coats or not, but I am also a trapper and a lot of what I catch is sold off to Russia and China..and without these two countries very little fur would be sold at all. I loved this site!! Spasiba for everything!! America is overrun with politically correct pussies and nazi like institutions trying to tell everyone how to live, what to say-do-eat-wear-listen to and anything else…

  72. Fur Farmer's Daughter on 07/19/2009 at 11:32 am

    Here’s another great piece on women loving their fur coats!

  73. Richard on 07/20/2009 at 8:06 am

    I really like going back to the beginning of these topics when one of them gets new attention. It is like a little time capsule. The fun part is seeing if there have been any real changes of attitude as the years pass. I like that FFD is promoting fur but considering the present position and background of the person writing the linked article, well, lets just say it “might” be biased.
    There are a few mink farms near the family acreage in Wisconsin where I grew up. We always thought it was great fun to visit them just to see the amazing number of animals raised there and the conditions they were in. Until you actually see an operation like that it is hard to think of it as clean. Compared to most farmed animals mink and chins are raised in relatively nice surroundings. As country, farm kids with hunting skills it was also helpful seeing the process for treating high quality pelts as opposed to the rather quick and simple techniques we used for rabbit, squirrel, fox or coon.
    As we all know, there was a time before we started to destroy the planet, when animals were our source of food and clothing and other basic needs of the family. We were taught how to make needles out of bone and even some other things which some of our readers might find a little strange.
    At the end of the day, animals are part of the plan. We are designed to eat meat. Our teeth and digestive systems prove that. And wearing the skins rather than discarding them is just common sense. But now that we can breed and harvest these creatures to the point that they live longer and healthier lives than they could in the wild, it only emphasizes our place in the natural order.
    With every passing day, there are more and more people convinced that it is their personal duty to talk us out of doing what we have been doing for thousands of years by trying to tell us it is ‘un-natural’ or ‘un-fair’ or ‘un-whatever’. The world would be better if they would just shut the hell up and mind their own damn business.
    I love fur. I have always loved fur. What’s more, I’ve been around too long to let those loud mouthed, mindless, clowns dictate my personal choices.
    Thank God for everyone who wears a fur coat to keep warm instead of buying some poly-fiber, petro-chemical based, rubber stamped, look-a-like, run-with-the-crowd piece of crap that won’t break down in a landfill for ten thousand years.
    The only thing more wonderful than wearing a fur coat on a cold, winter day, is coming back inside and slipping the fur off of your sweetheart’s shoulders and cuddling up by the fire with a warm brandy.

  74. RonGav on 08/01/2009 at 3:46 pm

    Richard, so true. I never understood the angty fervor with which PETA attacks those who disagree. Most organizations promote, publicize, argue, even progandize their agenda. But PETA chooses to take it several levels worse by employing tactics of property damage and violence — not to mention the ever-present outright profanity. (So classy)

    They have lost their credibility with the public, though not so much with the media who needs fodder for their 24/7 schedules.

    And as a comment to your dream of slipping a fur off your sweetie by the fire — I prefer keeping her otherwise clothesless figure warmed by a soft fur coat — yummy.

  75. Tomoko on 01/31/2010 at 1:57 pm

    I bought fur coats because I saw somebody wearing it and it was amazing so I became want to but fur coats for my self. It was really gorgeous coat and so soft and I love my fur coats but when I hear about how animals are treated and killed in fur farm, I felt sad and guilty. Souldn’t I feel guilty? but I agree that real fur coat is so beautiful and gorgeous but I’m scared of being attacked physically by animal rights people because there are many animal rights people in the uk. Maybe I can wear real fur coat if I’m with a security guard. Any one has been attacked by animal rights?

    • RonGav on 03/12/2010 at 3:25 pm

      First — be aware of the source of your fur (whenever possible.) Fur farms western fur farms are well regulated and treat their animals with care and humanely. And, secondly, the threat of fur protesters is HIGHLY over-hyped. Obviously we hear of the few incidents — not the multitude of fur wearings each day. Wrap up and enjoy your furs. I do!

  76. Bob on 02/24/2013 at 11:22 am

    We have been wearing our furs (coats and hats) around where we live for years. People have been overwhelmingly supportive especially in the past 3 years. In fact, this year, two people have asked my wife and I if they could take our picture. Frequently, I offer to let people try on my fur coat and they take me up on it. Even teenagers frequently compliment me of my furs. You lose PETA.

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