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PETA claims vegans are sex animals

Posted by Tom Megginson | 8-05-2013 04:23 | Category: Animal rights



PETA claims vegans are sex animals

The science is questionable. I’m pretty sure that carnivorous animals have lots of intercourse, too, and most animal sex (with exceptions such as bonobos and their uptight primate cousins, humans) is pretty nasty, brutish and short.

However, I’ll still commend PETA for producing a “sexy vegan” PSA that doesn’t denigrate women, or human sexuality in general:


The only scandalous thing about this campaign is the way PETA calls it “NSFW” (Not Safe For Work) and “Risqué”.

Animals humping? My 8-year-old son can just look out the window and see the squirrels doing it. Or, just watch one of his many nature shows. Or visit a farm.

Who knew PETA could be such prudes?


Advertiser:
PETA
Agency:
Fallon, London, UK
Additional credits:
Executive Creative Director: Santiago Lucero
Creatives: Rick Gayton, Darren Beresford
Production Company: Nunchaku
Producer: Lisa Mason
Director: Nico Kasakoff
Editor: Alan Segal
Post-production: Electric Theatre Collective, London
2D Operators: Giles Cheetham, Fasa Oyibo, Paul Wilmot, Andrew Stewart
Post Producer: Lee Pavey
Music: Simon Elms / Eclectic
Source:
Ads of The World
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