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PETA’s Valentine’s Day Ad Shows The Dangers of Veganism [Video]

PETA Ad

Want to know the secret to intense Valentine’s Day sex? According to PETA, it’s as simple as going vegan. Of course, veganism does come with certain dangers. For instance, if your boyfriend has just gone vegan he might not be able to fight his animal urges in the bedroom.

In a new Valentine’s Day ad, PETA attempts to draw attention to the benefits of veganism by showing a badly battered and pantless woman walking through the streets after an implied night of rigorous sex. PETA is known for its provocative ads which always seem to highlight sex and nudity instead of animal rights and veganism.

Kevin Nealon, who narrates the ad, says:

“This is Jessica. She suffers from ‘BWVAKTBOOM,’ ‘Boyfriend Went Vegan and Knocked the Bottom Out of Me,’ a painful condition that occurs when boyfriends go vegan and can suddenly bring it like a tantric porn star. Please, go to BWVAKTBOOM.com and learn to go vegan… safely.”

Here’s the new ad from PETA? (May not be the most appropriate ad for young kids or people at work.)

Do you think this ad crosses the line? Does it promote veganism? If you’re a fan of the ad, you can check out “testimonials” and get tips for living with BWVAKTBOOM at BWVAKTBOOM.com.

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