We’re Saved: New Lipstick Supports Gun Grabbing

This will surely make all those with illegally possessed firearms, and those who use their guns in an unlawful manner, rethink their positions and turn their firearms in

The Lipstick Lobby Releases New Lipstick to Support Gun Control

A bold lip already makes a statement. Why not have it be a statement about gun control?

The Lipstick Lobby, a beauty brand with a focus on social justice, has just released a new lipstick that aims to raise awareness about gun control. Named Fired Up, the matte creme lipstick is in the burnt orange color that has come to symbolize gun reform. (The Wear Orange campaign urges people to sport the color on June 1; the event was founded after 15-year-old Hadiya Pendleton was killed in Chicago in 2013.) Even better, 100% of proceeds from the $19 lipstick will go to the Brady Center, a nonprofit that advocates for gun control.

In addition to regular models, the campaign gathered mass shooting survivors from Parkland, Sandy Hook, Columbine, and the Pulse Nightclub all in one place to make a statement about gun violence. But the campaign doesn’t stop at smiling photos of people in pretty lipstick. It includes memorable messages written in Fired Up. Columbine survivor Heather Martin displays 4.20.99, the date of the shooting, in a lipstick portrait on her arm. Kris Brown, co-president of the Brady Campaign, has “Background Checks” written on her arms in lipstick. The photos are a reminder that even a lipstick shade can be powerful.

There’y very much worried about kids dying, you know

See?

“At a time when nearly every day we turn on the television we are faced with the horrific images of a community rattled by gun violence, making the decision to stand up with the Brady Center was a no-brainer,” said Davida Hall, founder of The Lipstick Lobby. “While many are using their feet to march and their voices to be heard, we wanted to lend our lips because we’re ready to join the fight for our lives.” Past Lipstick Lobby campaigns include a bright red lipstick named Outrage, with proceeds going to the ACLU, and a fuchsia named Kiss My Pink devoted to Planned Parenthood.

For the kids.

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2 Responses to “We’re Saved: New Lipstick Supports Gun Grabbing”

  1. Jeffery says:

    It’s as if they’re branding the NRA and Cons as supporting mass shootings and child killing!

  2. formwiz says:

    That’s because SJWs lie a lot.

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