Written by PETA
I've already taken it upon myself to make St. Patrick's Day into St. Patrick's Week. I've been gorging on "steak" and stout pie and Irish whiskey cake for days now—all washed down with some delicious vegan beer.
"Vegan beer?" you might ask. While hops and oats seem vegan-friendly enough, gelatin, casein, and honey are among the many animal-derived ingredients that may be found in nonvegan beers. But not to fear! From Corona to Miller and from Pabst to Yuengling, tons of widely available beers are cruelty-free, which makes it so easy to make your St. Patty's Day a compassionate one. Here's a list of some of my personal St. Patty's Day favorites:
Today—and every time you drink—make sure that your beverage of choice is cruelty-free by checking out this comprehensive list of vegan beers. What's your favorite humane beer?
Written by Logan Scherer
Tantalizing, scintillating, provocative—visitors to sex.com are certainly searching for something to fit that description. And if PETA gets its way, we'll be the ones to satisfy their desires.
DOM Partners is hoping to take home a hefty sum by auctioning off the domain name "sex.com" on Thursday, but instead of selling the domain to the highest bidder, we're asking the company to charitably donate the domain to PETA.
PETA is all about using sex to promote compassion toward furry, finned, and feathered individuals. Countless sexy supporters have bared it all for animals—by slipping between the sheets, shedding their skivvies, and stripping in the streets. If the company accepts our proposition, everybody will win: DOM Partners will get a huge tax write-off and PETA would load the site with pages of scintillating and lifesaving information.
Visitors to sex.com would be exposed to PETA's saucy campaigns, which point out, for example, the following:
Millions of people already visit PETA.org every month—just imagine how many more people would see our hot and humane messages for animals if PETA owned sex.com.
Written by Karin Bennett
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