“Nakedness…is a cheeky way to get attention for a serious subject.”

Via elephant journal
on Jul 3, 2011
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Royal Pain: PETA urges switch to faux fur for royal guard.

Royal Murder.

PETA Protests Momma Bear Killings.

“Just in time for William and Kate’s (the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge) first official visit to Canada, two PETA volunteers wearing little more than faux-bearskin hats and smiles joined the Changing of the Guards ceremony in Ottawa to ask for a change of their own…caps come from Canadian black bears, many of whom die in agony as they are shot multiple times. Some are even mothers whose babies are left to starve or fall victim to predators…” …for the rest, click here.

Momma and baby bears being happy:

So sad, shooting bears out of trees, biting to death:

There’s a reason PETA uses sexiness to sell animal rights…they wouldn’t get this kind of coverage, otherwise:


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