PETA Opens New 'Store' Selling Clothes Made of Human Skin Because They're PETA and They're Silly
I can't think of a time where PETA was ever a serious organization. Even back in their heyday, "People for Ethical Treatment of Animals" was routinely mocked as "People Eating Tasty Animals." That was when they were one of a few radical lefty organizations. It's 2021 now, and the market is flooded with crazed leftists launching super serious campaigns against whatever the issue of the day is that week. PETA struggles to compete and grows more and more insane trying. The org has gone after animal-based insults and created vegetable smut. Now, a clothing line made of human skin.
If @UrbanOutfitters used humans the way it uses other animals, this is what it would look like 🤢
Our new online store shows exactly why we’re demanding the company to drop ALL animal-derived materials. pic.twitter.com/rYBSUS1AuA
— PETA (@peta) November 29, 2021
It's not a real store, of course. The silly animal "rights" organization decided to pick a fight with Urban Outfitters. Every store sells clothing made of warm and comfortable animal skins. But for some reason, Urban Outfitters is giving PETA an anxiety attack. Hence, the fictional store“made of the finest leather — that on second look, reveal human faces on the jackets, human teeth on the shoes, and human blood oozing from the bags.”
What I find confusing is that I never thought of Urban Outfitters as a place for quality leatherwork. It's a place zoomers go to buy t-shirts of bands they have no plans to listen to. I guess PETA has its PETA reasons. This beats the 80s classic of holding up skinned animals saying "this is the other side of your jacket."
If PETA really wants to affect change, they need to get with the times. It's 2021. Get a list of Urban Outfitters executives. Find one who deadnamed someone in a tweet from seven years ago and get that person cancelled.
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