PETA Europe Gets Out the ‘Man Boobs’

Published by PETA.

The following is a guest post from PETA Europe’s Matt Goldsmith.

Always an organization to keep abreast of scientific studies, PETA Europe was particularly interested to learn that Glasgow, the city with the second-highest obesity rate of all the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development countries, has seen an 80 percent rise in gynecomastia (aka “Man Boob”) reduction procedures since 2007.

Now, while there might be some men in the world who for various reasons would welcome the idea of growing a pair of breasts, at PETA Europe we know that only a boob would want to go out and buy a 44DD because of obesity helped along by eating foods derived from animals.

With our newest billboard, PETA Europe is calling on the men of Glasgow to make a difference—both for their bodies and for animals.

Moobs

 

Lose the breasts, guys: Go vegetarian!

Written by Matt Goldsmith

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