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PETA Urges Motorists to Go Vegan for Sexual Health in Time for National Impotence Awareness Month

For Immediate Release:
November 5, 2015

Sophia Charchuk 202-483-7382

Fort Worth, Texas – A new billboard (located at 2727 Airport Fwy.) starring a voluptuous brunette with a string of sausages draped around her neck is turning heads and raising blood pressure a stone’s throw from Fort Worth Stockyards. The ad, rising just in time for National Impotence Awareness Month, reads, “I Threw a Party, but the Cattlemen Couldn’t Come. Eating Meat Can Cause Impotence. Go Vegan!” reminding stockyard workers and motorists that dropping artery-clogging meat and dairy foods can have an impact on all areas of health, including what happens—or doesn’t happen—in the bedroom.

“There’s no bigger turn-on than compassion, and with impotence closely linked to meat consumption, vegans make better lovers across the board,” says PETA Outreach Coordinator Daniel Carron. “PETA is urging clogged-up carnivores everywhere to get in on the action now with delicious, healthy vegan cuisine.”

As noted by PETA—whose motto reads, in part, that “animals are not ours to eat”—the cholesterol in meat, eggs, and dairy foods causes hardening of the arteries and slows the flow of blood to all the body’s organs, not just the heart. Eating meat and other animal-derived foods is conclusively linked to heart disease, strokes, diabetes, obesity, and cancer.

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