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Nude Activists Painted With Butcher's
Diagram Bare Skin in Tulsa
For Immediate Release:July 31, 2012
Contact:Shakira Croce 202-483-7382
Tulsa -- Stripping down to nothing but panties and paint markings that mimic a
butcher's diagram of body parts, two PETA
members will protest against the meat industry behind a poster that reads,
"All Animals Have the Same Parts—Go Vegan." PETA's point?
Factory-farmed animals are made of flesh, blood, and bone, just as humans are.
They have the same bodily organs, the same five senses, and the same range of
emotions. And, of course, we all feel fear and pain, and none of us wants to
July 31, 12 noon
Where: Corner of S. Boston
Avenue and E. Fifth Street, Tulsa
"It's appalling to think
about butchering, cooking, and eating a human being," says PETA campaigner
Matt Bruce. "Animals aren't 'breasts' or 'thighs' or 'flanks.' They think,
feel, and want to live, just as you and I do. The best way to prevent the kind
of horrific animal abuse that takes place on factory farms and in
slaughterhouses is simply to stop eating
Every year, billions of animals
have their bodies chopped up, labeled as this or that cut, and wrapped in
cellophane for the supermarket meat case. PETA is encouraging people to view
animals as more than walking entrées, noting that animals raised for their
flesh have personalities and feelings and form families and friendships when
given the chance. Factory farms deny animals everything that is natural and
important to them, confining them to filthy, cramped cages, stalls, and
sheds—where only a steady diet of drugs keeps them alive long enough to be
prodded into the slaughterhouse. Chickens, pigs, lamb, and cows routinely
undergo debeaking, tail-docking, or castration—mostly without any pain relief.
more information, please visit PETA.org.
Almost all of us grew up eating meat, wearing leather, and going to circuses and zoos. We never considered the impact of these actions on the animals involved. For whatever reason, you are now asking the question: Why should animals have rights? Read more.