PETA Pranks Trump Brothers and Other Hunters

Published by Michelle Kretzer.

For the past six months, outdoor show operators, hunting clubs, and notorious trophy hunters, including Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump, who have been spotted bagging African leopards, water buffalos, and elephants in Zimbabwe, have received packs of complimentary Huntsman Condoms. The maker of the camouflage-wrapped prophylactics boasts at its website that these are “a piece of safety equipment that makes no compromises on pleasure or performance.” Hunters have been enthusiastic about them, and those who received theirs unexpectedly are now finding out the surprising source of the renegade rubbers: PETA.

We teamed up with a leading ad agency to develop, market, and distribute the condoms—with one aim: to encourage hunters to stop reproducing. Check out how these predators responded to their new Huntsman Condoms:

“Bad dads who gun down wildlife and stick animals’ heads on the wall could pass their psychopathology on to their kids,” says PETA President Ingrid Newkirk. “If PETA’s condoms have prevented even one more wretched hunter from being born, we have saved animal lives.”

Hunters kill millions of animals every year, causing grievous pain and suffering and contributing to the extinction of species all over the world, including the Tasmanian tiger and the great auk.

The condoms come only in size Small because, as we all know, hunters are overcompensating for something.

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— Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA President and co-author of Animalkind