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  • 29
  • Feb

Ask Your Partner to Take the Leap and Go Vegan

PETA is asking all its female members and supporters to get down on bended knee, look their beloved in the eye and propose…that they Go Vegan for Leap Day!

The 29th of February is traditionally a day where women ask men to marry them, but we feel a more fun and important use of this auspicious day is to ask the men in our lives to go veg for the day. Not got a boyfriend? No problem! Ask your brother, dad, or anyone you love to … Read more.

  • 13
  • Feb

PETA and ARAN Activists Warm Dublin’s Heart for Valentine’s Day

Holding heart-shaped signs that read, “Ireland: Fur Out, Love In”, four sexy activists – two women wearing only red panties and spiked heels and two male “cupids” wearing only red boxer shorts and a pair of wings – led a protest held jointly by PETA and Irish group Animal Rights Action Network (ARAN) on the eve of St. Valentine’s Day. The amorous activists aimed to turn up the heat on the Minister of Agriculture to include a ban of fur farms in the impending Animal Welfare Bill.

PETA and ARAN activists in Dublin

“We’re bringing our big hearts … Read more.

  • 30
  • Sep

The Food of Love

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PETA’s here with some advice for singletons looking for love this autumn and winter (and beyond):

The secret to finding your Romeo or Juliet could be as simple as going vegan! Because, believe it or not, what goes onto your plate has a big impact on what goes on (or doesn’t) in the bedroom! Vegetarians and vegans are, on average, fitter and slimmer than meat-eaters are. Also, heart disease and obesity – both linked to meat consumption – can slow someone down so much that sex … Read more.

  • 23
  • Sep

Get Ready for Some Vegetarian Loving!

“Hug a Vegetarian” Day is 24 September, and PETA is encouraging people to flex their arm muscles and get into a hugging mood. It’s a day when we get to wrap our arms around those big-hearted people who have shown they care for animals by refusing to eat them. It’s also an opportunity to proudly celebrate vegetarian and vegan diets, which are better for our health, the environment, the world’s hungry and, of course, all our wonderful furry, feathery and four-legged friends.

Encourage your friends to join in the fun by taking … Read more.