Temple Bar, Dublin 8.
Peta members, including John Carmody (centre), helping to launch a worldwide campaign by the animal rights group to demand Urban Outfitters drop products made of alpaca wool, leather, cashmere, mohair, down, and silk.
A PETA investigation has claimed ’embedded brutality’ at the world’s largest alpaca farm, Mallkini, in Peru. which supplies Urban Outfitters.
Kildare Street, Dublin 2.
Reports of meat Plant COVID-19 cases at today’s Oireachtas Special Committee on Covid-19 Response prompted a ‘Hazmat-Suit Protest’ outside Leinster House where protectively-sheathed members of PETA called on the public to go vegan.
Meat plant outbreaks focus of Covid-19 committee (RTÉ)
There’s a woman near and around my sprouts.
Henry Street, Dublin 1
A nearly naked Peta volunteer calls on people to extend the “spirit of holiday kindness” and “try to relate to what’s on your plate”.
PETA Director Elisa Allen. said:
“Thanks to the array of mock meats available, it’s easier than ever to enjoy a festive meal packed with all the flavour but none of the cruelty of meat.”
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John Carmody of PETa and Laura Dalton, from Clondalkin, Dublin and female winner of PETA’s Sexiest Vegan on Henry Street, Dublin today to encourage the public to “Try to Relate to Who’s on Your Plate”.
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(Laura Hutton/Photocall Ireland)
The good old days.
Aaron McAllorum writes:
The new Peta poster – Joanna Krupa is a [Playboy] bunny (geddit?). I prefer a neat little landing strip myself when I manscape.
Fur Trim: Bad News For Bunnies (Peta)
(Mark Stedman/Photocall Ireland)
Equating life for whales at Seaworld in Florida to the plight of black slaves.
Take it away, Daily Show’s Miles Kahn.
Previously: Peta And The Ethical Treatment Of Women
Already branded ‘sexist’ and banned in Canada last July, Pamela Anderson’s ‘new’ ad for Peta is doing the rounds of the internets. Wonder where Peta got the idea?