PETA Promotes A Vegan Diet With . . . Animal Sex (NSFW)

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The rebel activists at PETA are known for using shock tactics to grab people's attention (i.e., "Let's promote animal rights with women masturbating with asparagus!"), so their antics shouldn't surprise anyone. And yet, I feel dirty after watching the latest ad.

For 46 seconds, animals--horses, rhinos, water buffalos--do it like they do on the Discovery Channel. Seeing all this thumpin' and bumpin' in the wild is supposed to make you want to go vegan because, as the tagline says, "Vegans have a bigger sexual appetite."

According to PETA, vegans are friskier because their diet is free from the artery-clogging cholesterol found in meat, eggs and dairy products, leaving them with better blood flow and a body that functions better in the sack. But the claim is up for debate--vegans are also at risk for zinc deficiency, which may cause male sexual dysfunction.

It does seem vegans are multiplying like rabbits these days. Google Trends shows that more people are searching for the term "vegan" than ever before.

Anyway, watch at your own risk. I prefer this type of animal porn, but that's just me.

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mhschepers
mhschepers

Interesting take on veganism and sex, I wonder whether vegans have no gag reflex just like ducks and geese.....

coloursofbyron
coloursofbyron

So - animals having a good time makes you feel dirty, while looking at pictures of rotting flesh is a turn on? Interesting. Lie down on this couch.


argus31
argus31

Where is your sense of humor? The ad is funny, it is meant as a joke. It made me laugh. Lighten up people.

Manny Quintero
Manny Quintero

uggghhh!!! they probably make LOVE! animals too much

Caitlin Buehler
Caitlin Buehler

Since we are animals, does that mean they're promoting sex for us as well??

Dave Nguyen
Dave Nguyen

PETA = Terroristic Threat according to the FDA. PETA is evil.

PapaKaster
PapaKaster

I am a carcass cruncher through and through, meat and potatoes kind of guy and I understand some people are not. But do we really need to see animals humping to promote that belief?

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