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As Christmas Approaches, Group Points Out That Breast Milk Was Good Enough for Jesus and That It's Healthier and Kinder Than Cow's Milk
For Immediate Release:November 21, 2011
Contact:Robbyn Brooks 202-483-7382
Paw Paw, Mich. — Medical evidence is clear: Breast milk is
best for infants. That's why, after a district judge reportedly took issue
recently with a Van Buren County resident for breastfeeding her baby in a Paw
Paw courtroom, PETA plans to bring its holiday-themed, head-turning
billboard to the village. The ad shows Mother Mary nursing her child next
to the caption "If It Was Good Enough for Jesus … The Breast Is Best. Dump
Dairy." PETA—which is currently negotiating with outdoor advertisers in
the Paw Paw area to place the billboard as close to the courthouse as
possible—hopes that the ad will serve as a reminder that breast milk is healthier
for infants than dairy formula and that dairy products in any form are cruel to
mother cows and their calves.
"Whether it's the delivery room, the family room, or
the courtroom, the fact is that breast milk is best for kids," says PETA
Executive Vice President Tracy Reiman. "And if cows ever got their day in
court, no judge in his right mind would side with the notoriously cruel dairy
Humans of any age should avoid cow's milk. It has been tied
to a host of childhood illnesses—from constipation to allergies to ear
infections. Drinking milk has also been linked to many serious health
problems—including diabetes and cancer—and it can cause an array of unpleasant
side effects, such as gas and pimples.
The dairy industry is also responsible for immeasurable animal
suffering. Female cows are treated like milk-producing machines, and when
their milk production wanes, they are sent to slaughter. Male calves born on
dairy farms are often torn away from their visibly distraught mothers, and many
are shipped to slaughter after spending an average of 20 weeks confined to tiny
For more information, please visit PETA.org.
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