Anonymous said: wait what is wrong with PETA?
Oh, “what is wrong with PETA”. This should be interesting.
Where should I start? Their objectification of women? Their body-shaming? Their forcing of beliefs onto others? Hmmm….
I’ll start with body-shaming.
Seriously PETA what the fuck is this? Does it need explaining?
Now there’s a million examples of their objectification of women, I’l show a few, blatantly sexist ads.
Soooooooooo basically yeah. Women are props to them just so they can force their beliefs onto others. And again, that brings me back to this:
Women being large to them is an account of not being vegan/vegetarian? You can have health problems where being vegetarian or vegan can KILL you, you know, it doesn’t make you any thinner or fatter. So women are again, a prop.
Now the forcing of beliefs.
Okay um. Here. People wearing monkey masks insulting a university. Now, I’ll have you know that this was taken very near the campus. So they’re technically harassing this university.
REALLY? INDIA? Do you know how insulting this is to most Indian’s beliefs?
But guess what? THIS AD IS AN ACTUAL THING ON THE PETA INDIA WEBSITE. Don’t believe me? Check here.
Well. I’m getting worked up, and I think I proved my point enough. Thanks for asking.
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