Last week, PETA hosted a “human barbeque” on a Phoenix, Arizona, street to remind passersby that all animals have the same basic body parts. Check out these pictures of the demonstration:
Our bloody butcher set up his mock grill right in the middle of town. Although you may never have to see what happens on a factory farm, please remind everyone you know that those clean-looking meat packages in the grocery store were once part of living, breathing beings who felt pain and fear when they were slaughtered.
The barbequed babe was spray-painted red and orange to resemble the charred flesh of an animal.
Across the street, activists held a sign that read “Meat Is Murder.” We can all agree that cannibalism is repulsive, so what’s the big difference? Flesh is flesh.
It’s easy to have a great barbeque without meat (animal or human)—check your local grocery store’s freezer aisle for delicious faux-meat burgers!
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.