"Salvation" - BLES elephant sanctuary V neck shirt by Liz Venom

The Resistance Art Movement

30% of sales from this ethically manufactured shirt will be donated to BLES - the Boon Lott Elephant Sanctuary in Thailand. 


 

The Boon Lott Elephant Sanctuary was founded by Katherine Connor, an amazingly strong woman with a fearless passion to help these exploited and often tortured elephants at all costs. 

In order to tame a wild elephant for the tourism industry it is tortured as a baby to completely break its spirit. The process is called Phajaan, or “the crush”. 
It involves ripping baby elephants away from their mothers and confining them in a very small space, like a cage or hole in the ground where they’re unable to move. 
The baby elephants are then beaten into submission with clubs, pierced with sharp bull-hooks, and simultaneously starved and deprived of sleep for many days. 
They are then ridden every day for "entertainment", and chained to a stake in the
ground every night, they will never again know freedom or love. 
The Boon Lot Elephant sanctuary acquires elephants from environments such as this or from the illegal logging trade where they are forced to pull logs from the forest until they can no longer walk.
The Elephants at the sanctuary are allowed to roam free through the forest, sometimes for the first time in their entire lives after decades of enslavement and torture. 


This amazingly soft trebled low V shirt is ultra flattering, it is ethically manufactured and made from 50% polyester, 25% combed and ring-spun cotton and 25% rayon. 
The sizes run a fraction small so if you are typically in between sizes we recommend you purchase the size up. 


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