The Wildest Anti-Meat PETA Campaigns in History

PETA is notorious for its shocking—and to some, offensive—advertisements.

  • This Pamela Anderson PETA ad was banned in Montreal "because it was sexist." (Photo: Mark Cuthbert/UK Press)
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  • Aussie Playboy Playmate Sheridyn Fisher in a lettuce bikini backs PETA. (Photo:
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  • PETA co-founder Ingrid Newkirk lies down on a mock grill with fake flames during a protest against the consumption of meat in Mumbai, India, on November 6, 2013. (Photo:

PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) is notorious for its shocking—and to some, offensive—advertisements. We’re not even going to talk about their red paint throwing and gruesome depictions of animals being slaughtered.

What are we going to talk about? How the brand shamelessly uses photos of scantily-clad, sexy women accompanied by slogans like “All animals have the same parts” and “Eating meat is a sin: Go vegetarian.” But, hey, everybody knows sex sells, and PETA definitely garners attention with its striking campaigns. PETA even has a website to promote its ads that have been rejected or banned. What do you think: are these PETA ads objectifying women, or are they right on the money?

Click through the gallery to see the wildest questionably-sexy PETA campaigns in history. 

  • D.Knox

    I have a feeling that Breast meat on Pam would be a little too chewy

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