‘Go Bananas in the Bedroom—Go Vegan,’ Say PETA Hotties Armed With Fruit

Sexy Duo to Share How Vegan Meals Can Boost Sexual Health

For Immediate Release:
February 8, 2016

Lakisha Ridley 202-483-7382

Just in time for Valentine’s Day, a duo of apeeling PETA members—two “banana girls” wearing red lingerie—will converge on San Francisco with a towering pile of the fresh fruit to hand out to passersby. Bearing heart-shaped signs proclaiming “Go Bananas in the Bedroom: Go Vegan,” the sexy duo will point out that eating meat can cause impotence and other health issues that put a damper on time in the bedroom.

Where:           The corner of Powell and Market streets, San Francisco

When:             Tuesday, February 9, 12 p.m

“What goes on in the kitchen has a lot to do with what goes on—or doesn’t—in the bedroom,” says PETA Executive Vice President Tracy Reiman. “PETA’s message is that whether you’re after a sizzling physique or an increase in stamina, ditching meat and dairy foods for good is a great way to boost performance.”

The cholesterol in meat, eggs, and dairy foods contributes to hardening of the arteries and can slow the flow of blood to all the body’s organs, not just the heart. Eating meat and other foods derived from animals has been conclusively linked to heart disease, strokes, diabetes, obesity, and several types of cancer.

As documented by PETA, whose motto reads, in part, that “animals are not ours to eat,” chickens, cows, and pigs are denied all that is natural and important to them, and they’re castrated, ear-notched, and debeaked without any painkillers whatsoever.

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