PETA

PETA

PETA’s ads are routinely highly sexualised and deliberately controversial. Not only do they frequently sexually objectify women in their so-called promotion of ethical treatment of animals, they also depict violence against women, including graphic depictions of death.

PETA's short-sightedness is astounding. They are appalled when an animal is mistreated, yet they sell women as only sexually valuable and normalize violence toward women in their ads.

PETA – People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals…What About Women?

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PETA’s ads are routinely highly sexualised and deliberately controversial. Not only do they frequently sexually objectify women in their so-called promotion of ethical treatment of animals, they also depict violence against women, including graphic depictions of death.

PETA's short-sightedness is astounding. They are appalled when an animal is mistreated, yet they sell women as only sexually valuable and normalize violence toward women in their ads.


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