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PETA Launches Porn Site


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Rumors are swirling today that PETA will be going to porn.

For years PETA, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, has organized shocking protests, bold posters (think whale blubber) and to all the public’s delight, produced pictures of naked celebrities. This week, PETA has announced it’s latest venture and possibly the most shocking, they will be dabbling in the adult entertainment industry. After all, they did enlist two famous porn stars, Ron Jeremy and Jenna Jameson to pose for their ads years ago.


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According to Reuters, PETA doesn’t intend to block its .xxx domain and that it will be a porn site that draws attention to the animals. By offering pornographic material, and mixing in graphic footage of animal mistreatment, PETA will aim to raise awareness of animal cruelty.

CNET reported that PETA spokeswoman Lindsay Rajt told the Huffington Post, “There will be a lot of girl and boy next door content, but we haven’t ruled out celebrities on the site as well. People who are extraordinarily dedicated to helping animals and who are willing to do whatever it takes to draw attention to the suffering they endure.”

CNET also reported that PETA will use a little naked human flesh before flashing images of the nasty things that humans do to animal flesh.

According to Herald Sun, internet users who “accidentally” click into the x-rated site will initially be presented with the animal rights groups too hot for TV ads and campaigns but then will give way to the sinister world of animal mistreatment uncovered by the group’s hidden camera investigations in a very different kind of graphic content.

According to the Daily Mail this won’t be the first time someone’s mixing porn and animal cruelty—environmental porn movement was founded back in 2005, where a Swedish and Norwegian couple offered a subscription video service with money being raised for the environment.

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