Posted January 31, 2011 by 1KnonOCoKhet in Media

PETA’s New “Veggie Love” Superbowl Ad


This video is definitely not something we’d regularly post on ThatsEnuff, but PETA has turned up the heat once again.

Last year, PETA’s ‘Veggie Love’ ad was banned from the superbowl despite their $3 million offer to get on NBC.

They’re aiming again for the 2011 superbowl with another Veggie Love ad. This ad is a compilation of  the bloopers and outakes from the 2010’s audition. It’s definitely risque because of the things they are insinuating. People of all ages watch the superbowl so we’ll see.

Whether or not it gets a slot during Superbowl XLV, the media coverage about its controversial nature is enough.

As we all know PETA consistently puts out ads in an effort to make this world less cruel to animals. Many celebrities who have vowed to be fur-free have posed nude for PETA’s “I’d Rather Go Naked Than Wear Fur” campaign, including vegan Alicia Silverstone in 2007, Eva Mendes in 2007 and most recently, Taraji P. Henson.

These PETA ads are known for its sex appeal. I commend their approach because sex sells. If it takes a naked body to get people to notice the heart of the message then I’m all for it.

I’d definitely pose naked for PETA! Although fur is cute, at the end of the day it’s not a must-have. The torute that animals go through just for the sake of fashion is unacceptable. I’d also like to say though that anyone who is utterly and entirely anti-fur should also be anti-carnivorous.

In this video, PETA encourages vegetarianism by producing soft-porn. They say, vegetarians have better sex.

Whether it’s true or not, this video surely makes you want some celery and broccoli. @SelenaBailey