Pro-Life? Pro-Choice? Go Vegan!

Published by PETA.

I love debunking tired, meaningless clichés, but here’s one I’ve never been able to disprove: Everything is bigger in Texas. The state’s latest colossus? The largest abortion clinic in the United States.

Planned Parenthood of Houston won’t open its new facility—a 78,000-square-foot, renovated former bank—until April, but a coalition of pro-life advocates and religious leaders will gather in Houston on January 18 to protest the clinic. We’d like to bring some peace to all this debate by urging everyone to respect the sanctity of all life, so we’re asking to erect our “Pro-Life? Go Vegan” billboard in the area.

 

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A cruelty-free diet makes sense no matter where you stand on the abortion debate. Oh, and, yes, with all this obsession with breaking size records, my 5’4″ of self-esteem is doing just fine, thanks.

Written by Logan Scherer

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