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CLEO (Malaysia) - - BODY & SOUL -

boyfriend is ea­ger to go on an ele­phant sa­fari. But when­ever I say that this type of ac­tiv­ity is ex­ploita­tive, he dis­misses me by say­ing I’m “no fun”. We’ve all done things that were eth­i­cally sus­pect. Yet, when you do so know­ingly, it be­comes a ques­tion of moral­ity. In this case, it’s about an an­i­mal ’s wel­fare over your next In­staboast. We stand by your de­ci­sion: It’s not that you’re not be­ing “fun”; you’re say­ing no to what you don’t be­lieve in. We don’t want to say that this could be an early pre­view of your re­spec­tive val­ues, but, well, this could be an early pre­view of your re­spec­tive val­ues. Still, it need not blow up into a fight, and he should be able to re­spect your de­ci­sion not to take part.

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