PETA thinks zombie cannibalism is a drag

Posted by Tom Megginson | 16-10-2012 16:18 | Category: Animal rights


Sharon Needles is a drag performer and winner of the fourth season of reality show RuPaul’s Drag Race.

But what does she have to do with zombies?

According to PETA, it’s just because zombies are a thing now:

With the public’s obsession with zombies at an all-time high, PETA is launching its first-ever Halloween ad campaign targeting flesh-eaters, with the message that animals, like humans, are made of flesh, blood, and bones.

To me, it looks like they really wanted to do a gory Halloween ad, and Marilyn Manson wouldn’t return their calls.

See the mandatory making-of video after the break.

People For the Ethical Treatment of Animals


Comments about PETA thinks zombie cannibalism is a drag

Give that lady/zombie a hand! Getting people’s attention about the cruelty animals suffer is apparently getting bloody serious. I don’t think Marilyn could have said it any better.

Posted by Stephen Hards | 16-10-2012 21:26

Comments about PETA thinks zombie cannibalism is a drag

People Eating Tasty Animals: Uncompassionate losers for animals since 1980

Posted by peta sucks | 22-02-2013 03:08

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