• Mon, Jan 31 2011

Video: What’s The Difference Between PETA And A Porn Company? (Not A Riddle)

PETA has posted an exclusive video on Buzzfeed of their NSFW Super Bowl spot, which means the pro-animal rights group created an ad that they knew was never going to air. What’s the point of that? Just to show the world how “controversial” you are? Anyway, the spot is an “outtakes parody” (the way The Simpsons: XXX is a parody) of the group’s 2009 Superbowl ad, Veggie Love. In it, bikini-clad women are oiled up and fellating vegetables. Just normal PETA stuff, you know.

We get it, PETA. You are playing on the conceit that everyone thinks you promote your agenda through sexist imagery. You are in on the joke. But…you’re still being overtly, objectively sexist? We’d love to see more PETA ads featuring pics of naked guys eating vegetables, like this one:

Or do you think that all girls are already vegetarians and don’t have to be swayed by your marketing?

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  • jessica

    way to go PETA. throw women under the bus for animals. how about trying ads positive for women??