Canadian fashion companyLa Maison Simons promoted “beauty.” inVoluntary euthanasia inA promotional video that was posted last month is making social media snarky.
The video titled, “All Is Beauty,” chronicles the decision of Jennyfer Hatch — a 37-year-old Canadian woman — to voluntarily euthanize herself due to suffering from Ehlers-Danlos syndrome.
Hatch begins the video by saying that “dying” is his favorite expression. inA hospital bed is not what is natural.
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“Last breaths can be sacred. Even though I seek help to end mine life, with all of the pain. inHatch says, “These final moments, there’s still so much beauty.” inThe Simons video.
The video — released one day after Hatch’s euthanasia — at one point displays the text “the most beautiful exit.”
Simons released a free video interview with Peter Simons, President and Chief Executive officer about the meaning of The ad.
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Simons claims that adHe said that the project was designed to “help people reconnect to one another and to this hope, optimism.” This is “a must if we are going to create the kind of communities and spaces we want to live in and that are enjoyable to enjoy.” in.”
Six years ago, Canada approved euthanasia. However, this practice was limited to patients with terminal illnesses older than 18. However, inMarch last year saw an amendment to the law that allowed for euthanasia to patients whose natural death was not “reasonably predictable.” This opened the door for those with mental illness to receive medical care. inMortality (MAID). inMarch 2023
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Shoppers wait to see the 16th Simons location at the CF Fairview Pointe Claire inPointe-Claire (Quebec, Canada) on Thursday, May 5, 2022. CEO Bernard Leblanc talked about his first month at helm of the company. companySimons’ priorities for the next 12-18 months and why he continues to believe inIts network of stores, while other companies rely primarily on the internet.
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While active euthanasia is legal in seven countries, it has been controversial around the globe. Belgium and the Netherlands, which have some of most permissive laws regarding euthanasia, are the best examples. inThe world was the first to legalize MAID in 2002.
Luxembourg joined them. inColumbia 2009 inCanada 2014 in2016. 2016: Spain, New Zealand and Spain.
This report was contributed by Michael Lee, Fox News.
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