Warning: Sexual violence alert! PETA’s ad “My Boyfriend Went Vegan”, tries to warn young women of the effects of their boyfriend going vegan, also known as BWVAKTBOOM (Boyfriend Went Vegan And Knocked The Bottom Out Of Me) and informing them of the safe way to go vegan. Of course, the story of “Jessica” and her
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Note: This blog originally claimed that PETA was partnered with Lush in this campaign. This information is false and we deeply regret the mistake, and sincerely apologize for the error. If it looks like violence against women and it smells like violence against women, is it violence against women? Nope. It could be the anti-animal
Women in the media are relentlessly treated like nothing more than pieces of meat, presented as objects for the mindless consumption of the viewers, and for the financial gain of the industries behind sexist marketing tactics. Who would have expected that an organization could take the “women treated as pieces of meat” route so literally? Are
You’d think an organization like PETA — People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals — would be a proactive organization, readily supporting healthy, happy agendas to get people living healthier lifestyles. Right? Wrong. PETA is one of the worst culprits of objectification and sexualization of women. Somehow, PETA tries to equate pornographic images of half-naked
I’m all for celebs getting real about what it takes to look as good as they do. Hell, I’ve even been known to enjoy me a little of US Mag’s “They’re Just Like Us!” section because it pokes holes in the perceived perfection of A-listers. What I don’t like, however, is Oscar nominees Octavia Spencer
Here’s my letter to PETA: After visiting the PETA website, I have many concerns with the messages that many of the images in your advertisements and campaigns portray. I find that your ad’s are distracting for the viewer from the real issue which is protecting animals because of the images in your ad’s exploit women.
From: Sheri Lucas To: firstname.lastname@example.org Sent: Saturday, July 20, 2002 6:38 AM Subject: The Ethical Treatment of Women and Girls Dear people at PETA, I am a vegan who is deeply committed to the ethical treatment of animals. I believe that this commitment is part and parcel of my feminist commitment to struggle against
February 14th, 2002 Ingrid Newkirk, President PETA 501 Front Street Norfolk, VA 23510 Dear Ms. Newkirk, In a recent drive down Venice Boulevard in Los Angeles, I spotted a billboard with the headline: “I hate men’s guts,” followed by: “Thick around the middle? Go veg!” As a supporter of PETA, I was disappointed to see
Here’s my letter to PETA: After visiting the PETA website, I have many concerns with the messages that many of the images in your advertisements and campaigns portray. I find that your ad’s are distracting for the viewer from the real issue which is protecting animals because of the images in your ad’s exploit