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PETA Shockingly Compares Animal Mating To Rape In New Ad

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The People for Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) is a body that has been known to stir up controversy with their campaigns and adverts.

Their latest advert however, is way, way, overboard.

The video shows various women opening up about what seemed like rape stories. With a black-and-white color scheme, teary faces, and lines like “One man held me down, while another man touched me”, “I was so scared. I didn’t know what I had done wrong.”, and “They got me pregnant”, one actually thinks its a support video for rape and sexual assault victims.

That is until PETA decides to switch things up in a drastic manner.

The women soon begin to hold up pictures of cows and pigs, finally making it clear that the ad is not about rape victims, but the poor pigs and cows that are born in factories.

After what has become a disgusting sob show, PETA then adds: “Every year, billions of animals are born into the meat, egg and dairy industries. Almost all of them are a result of forcible artificial insemination. Almost all of them are a result of rape. Don’t participate, go vegan.”

Unsurprisingly, the video infuriated tons on social media. In a time when violence against women is at an all time high, you use it to promote cow mating? Come the entire f**k on, PETA.

In a statement to Huffington Post however, PETA president Ingrid Newkirk maintained that the ad didn’t underrate the gravity of sexual violence.

“It is rape when someone sticks their hand into a vagina or rectum without permission,” Newkirk said. “Every decent person abhors and denounces sexual abuse of women but we cannot blithely accept the sexual abuse of other females who happen not to be human but have the same vulnerability to pain.”

See some reactions to the ad below!

6 Comments

  1. amy donovan

    This video is spot on. All females deserve respect and the right not to be sexually assaulted, including cows, pigs, and chickens.

  2. Anyone who abhors rape–as every decent person does–should think twice before chowing down on meat, milk, or eggs, because these are all the products of rape. It really doesn’t matter what the victim’s species is, the abuse–and the suffering–are the same.

  3. It should outrage people that females of any species are being sexually abused. Before I went vegan, I didn’t realize that even routine farming practices involve some type of sexual manipulation, usually artificial impregnation. Most cows are artificially impregnated on what industry insiders call a “rape rack.” Workers forcibly restrain female cows so that an insemination “gun” can be shoved into their vaginas. That’s appalling, regardless if the victim is a human or a cow.

  4. Jennofur OConnor

    What’s “shocking” is that animals are routinely involuntarily inseminated. PETA is right to call that what it is.

  5. Craig Shapiro

    I’m like you only different. That’s how the video ends and that’s what PETA is saying. Animals, like us, are entitled to the same fundamental right to live in peace.

  6. PETA is right. If we reject violence against women, we can’t support an industry in which some of the most vulnerable females on Earth are confined against their will, denied their freedom, and forcibly impregnated via sexual assault. We cannot eat eggs or bacon or cheese without betraying our core values.

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