are protesting Activists in CanadaOprah because of the talk show queen's decade-old endorsement of a pricey skin cream made with cells that came from discarded foreskins.
Yes, you read that correctly.
TNS Recovery Complex by SkinMedica boasts the "highest levels of patented growth factor blend" (read: human foreskin cells) and promises to remove wrinkles and enhance skin tone. It costs about $165 for 0.63 of an ounce. Oprah once called it her "fountain of youth."
Yes, you read that correctly, too.
Pro-foreskin activists (they're a thing) are outraged. “How would Oprah respond if a skin cream for men hit the market that was made using cells from the genitalia of little girls? I think she would be absolutely disgusted and appalled, and rightly so. So it’s crazy that she’s doing the opposite,” said Glen Callender, founder of the Canadian Foreskin Awareness Project. “We think it’s extremely hypocritical and distasteful that Oprah Winfrey — who is herself a survivor of childhood sexualRead More »from The Latest Oprah Controversy: Protesters Upset Over Skin Cream Endorsement