January 31, 2011

PETA's New Superbowl Ad

Dear PETA,

For a company that is so devoted to the ethical treatment of animals, I find it incredibly insulting that you show such disregard for women.  I get it - sex sells.  But I think it can be done tastefully.  Your most recent commercial featuring girls parading around in bikinis (or even topless) simulating fellatio with various vegetables is completely exploitative.  Last time I checked, the Superbowl was a family program (I thought we all learned that lesson back in 2004 with the Janet Jackson costume debacle).  Is this really the message you want to send to our youth?

OK.  End rant.  My burrito bowl is getting cold.



  1. This is disturbing on so many levels. I have no idea who in there right mind would think this is any appropriate entertainment. Wow.

  2. "This video has been removed as a violation of YouTube's policy on nudity or sexual content."


  3. That IS pretty awesome! No worries, though, you can still watch the video here: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/01/31/peta-super-bowl-ad_n_816341.html

    Don't say I (and YouTube( didn't warn you!