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Bubbly Pro-Vegan PETA Action Marks World Water Day

Nearly nude vegan PETA supporters Marika Rea and Helaine Murrin sat leisurely in a bubbly bath holding signs reading, “50 Baths = 1 Steak. Clean Your Conscience: Go Vegan”, in Dublin today in the run-up to World Water Day. The bathing beauties let passers-by know that it takes the water equivalent to 50 baths to produce one steak.

“Not only is the meat industry cruel, it also wastes huge amounts of water and damages the planet”, says bathing beauty Helaine. “You can’t eat meat and be an environmentalist.”

PETA's Bathing Beauties

A recent United Nations report found that the meat industry is “one of the top two or three most significant contributors to the most serious environmental problems, at every scale from local to global”. Among these environmental problems is freshwater scarcity, and the report calls the livestock sector “a key player in increasing water use” and “probably the largest sectoral source of water pollution”. Also, in addition to causing animal suffering on a massive scale, eating meat, eggs and dairy products has been linked to heart disease, cancer, strokes, diabetes and obesity.

The best way to fight the worldwide water crisis and save animals and your health is to go vegan.

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  1. avatar Brien Comerford says:

    The world does indeed have massive water crises because of all the water that is egregiously wasted for cruelly and inhumanely raising and killing violently mistreated animals for food.

  2. avatar John Carmody says:

    It was a great day! Done a great interview on Newstalk that spoke almost 100% about animal cruelty, factory farms and veganism which is our aim.

  3. […] immense strain is placed on our water and land resources. To put it into perspective, it would take 50 baths’ worth of water to product just one steak! And vast areas of land are being cleared to grow crops to feed animals, leading to soil erosion […]

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