PETA Morons Protest Animal Cruelty By... Going Topless?!
Out of all the topless activists, (see Topless Feminists Protest Muslim Conference. Guess How the Muslims React… and Topless Protest at All Girls School! Because Men Have Breasts Too! Or Something…) our favorites are the topless PETA activists. They have all the entertainment of ridiculous leftist politics, only with dead animals too. Oh, and bewbs.
Topless supporters from People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) have picketed the opening of UK Wool Week, protesting on behalf of the sheep they say have been “kicked, punched and cut by shearers” for their wool.
The three protesters were made up to look bruised and bloodied, and held signs reading “the naked truth: wool hurts.” One held a replica of a dead lamb.
The protesters, who posed for photos outside the event’s opening, are believed to have been questioned by police officers.
The gals threw caution - and bras - to the wind and decided to let it all hang out... Because sheep have feelings too. They also lathered up in fake blood to make it more realistic. Every time one protests, they must be doused with the sacred fake blood. It's part of the PETA rules.
Show of hands, does this protest make you think of the plight of poor animals? Or does this make you think of boobs and lamb chops? Asking for science.
Pardon my sexism, but the nakedness doesn't seem to add much to PETA's cause. In fact, it probably distracts more than it helps. But then again, it also gets them more publicity. Hence all the cameras. It's a double edged bewb.
Still not sure if the focal point is the dead sheep or the nude pasties...
Question: whatever happened to women not wanting to be objectified by men? Is that still on the feminist agenda? Or do we all have to fake non-sexual arousal when we gaze upon bare breasts now? (see NEW FEMINIST CAUSE: Going Topless on #GoTopless Day. Don't Stare, You Sexist!!) Sorry broads, reading a Naomi Wolf book doesn’t change eons of evolutionary biology. Just last week we were complaining about it. I'm a little fuzzy on the rules...