PETA often, baldly, exploits women in its ads, and those ads alone could make up a very long post. We singled out this one because the lady is literally a piece of meat. And, as is the case with many of their ads, the Photoshop work is grade school level.
PETA sent this ad to the president of the renowned Texas Heart Institute to display on their walls “in order to help keep heart patients out of the OR.”
I’m sure the nurses greatly appreciated having their profession reduced to cosplay titty porn.
PETA actually erected this fat-women mocking billboard in Florida, but pulled it after a ton of complaints.
Outdoor poster put up in Germany.
PETAers staged this supermarket meat aisle installation in Times Square, New York City in 2010. Eat meat? You are “chewing and swallowing the skin and muscle of a murder victim.”
Animal abuse — bad.
Girlfriend abuse — good.
I mostly hate the contrived acronym.
The organization promotes fur-less love wallets in Singapore.
This is the worst of the batch.
In 2008, a man on a bus in Canada was killed, beheaded, and partially eaten.
PETA then tried to run this ad in the Portage Daily Graphic in Manitoba to “make people rethink the proposition that it is, rightly so, a criminal act to kill and eat our own kind but that it’s “OK” to kill every other species but our own and eat them.” Yes, that’s what they wrote. The paper rejected the ad.
They flew this banner over Mobile, Alabama during the bp oil spill crisis.
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