PETA does it again with latest (misongynist) ad

PETA has done it again.  In the past, they have shown us how tasteless, immature, offensive, and misogynistic they can be — all in the name of (allegedly) showing us what “ethical treatment” is about.  Their latest ad demonstrates something more: that they feel oddly inferior about their own sexuality.  Why else offer the ridiculous sales pitch that “going vegan” will empower you to “bring it like a tantric porn star”?  Worst of all, the latest PETA ad carries this truly insidious message: if you go vegan, you’ll be entitled to have rough sex with your girlfriend, knock her head into the wall, and expect her to return for more  – she’ll return, of course, after she goes out in her underwear to do your food shopping for you.  “Ethical treatment” indeed:

2 Responses to “PETA does it again with latest (misongynist) ad”

  1. Melissa says:

    What an odd PETA ad! I understand the shock value of it all but such inane, misogynistic tactics seem counterproductive to their mission statement. My eyes have been opened a little wider now –thanks for sharing, Michael!

  2. Shanice says:

    I’m not necessarily aeirgeng or disaeirgeng with this claim, but this is what I read on the PETA website. I’m just answering the question you asked because most of the people here are giving you their opinion rather than an answer This is what PETA claims: Every year, impotence, or erectile dysfunction, affects millions of men across the world, with one study showing that as many as half of men over the age of 40 are impotent at least part of the time. Originally, it was thought that impotence was caused by anxiety, but according to the Erectile Dysfunction Institute, up to 90 percent of all cases of impotence are physical as opposed to psychological. That’s right: High cholesterol, obesity, diabetes, prostate cancers or inflammations, and hormonal imbalances cause the vast majority of all cases of impotence. The good news is that medical science has proved that all of these conditions can be virtually eliminated (and even cured) with a low-fat vegan diet.Viagra and other anti-impotence drugs may get you through the night, but a vegetarian diet can get you through your life. Numerous physicians and nutritionists agree that the best way to prevent artery blockage as well as multiple other conditions that cause impotence is to eat a diet high in fiber, including plenty of fruits, vegetables, and whole grains. These foods will scrub the plaque off the arterial walls to get your blood flowing and your love life going again in no time. For vegetarian recipes and information, please check out our vegetarian starter kit.

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