PETA: Five Ways Vegans Can Screw With Carnivores at the Fourth of July BBQ
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) has always been controversial. But sometimes you've got to make waves to get noticed. By bringing the plight of animal cruelty in circuses, factory farms, and in laboratories to light, many barbaric practices are being phased out.
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In part because of the work of PETA and other animal rights groups, many circuses are phasing out the use of animal acts, consumers are choosing to not buy meat from factory farms, and a U.S. Senate committee has just approved a bill that would protect great apes from national research studies. But why stop there when you can preach at the family barbecue?
5. Set a Good Example - PETA actually suggests that you don't go on a militant rant at the party. Better to relate to your friends in a loving, kind way. A good example? "If a bacon-loving friend has a dog, tell that person that pigs are smarter than dogs". We're sure Uncle Bob will love hearing that the bacon strips on his burger were once Mensa material.
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