Tuesday, August 8, 2017

PETA Says Cheese Is The "Most Sexist Thing You Can Eat"

                 PETA is cheesed off! Again. What has People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals so upset this time, you may ask? The illustrious Norfolk, VA.-based organization is gobsmacked that people are still consuming…cheese. The radical animal-rights entity recently wrote a blog post stating that cheese is the “most sexist thing you can eat” because it’s the “product of imprisonment, rape, reproductive control, kidnapping, and abuse.”

                Who says leftists have no sense of humor?

                The vehement and vociferous Veganites want to stop this exploitation (sexploitation?) of female cows now: “Contrary to popular belief, female cows produce milk only when they’re pregnant or nursing. They make milk for the same reason that human women do: to feed their babies. Cows who are imprisoned on dairy farms are forcibly impregnated through artificial insemination again and again on rape racks,” the blog post stated. Rape racks?
               “Tiffany, put down your milk glass and slowly back away from the table! Heather, drop your grilled cheese sandwich this instant! Do you girls want to aid and abet the rape of females?”
  PETA milks this subject for all it’s worth. The blog post ends with an impassioned plea for everyone to see the light and become vegans: “Help end violence, reproductive control, and rape of females of animal species who desperately need us to speak up for them. Try delicious plant-based milk, vegan cheese, and dairy-free yogurt. Mothers, and all females, deserve better.” All females? And who’ll stop the plant-rape? Are they not delicate yet important members of our ecosystem, selflessly giving off life-enabling oxygen?  
 PETA doesn’t care about flora, but wants everybody to cut-the-cheese…from their diets. We don’t want PETA to have a cow, do we? So, let’s all make “Big Cheese” cry over spilt milk, and eliminate dairy farms.
PETA intends to end all meat, seafood, and dairy consumption, fur and leather use, trapping, factory farming, bull fighting, and rodeos. It has already put an end to the iconic Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey circus. And that’s for starters. It wants to put all pet shops out of business, or at least those that sell…pets. It wants a total ban on the medical testing of animals. And it seeks to ban fishing and hunting. And zoos…and on and on…until the cows come home. To hell with jobs and the economy.
The organization, much like Planned Parenthood, thinks of itself as a bit of a sacred cow. It also, apparently, thinks cows, unlike babies, are sacred. (I guarantee you that most members of PETA are “pro-choice.” It is also likely that most of the folks running PP are “pro-PETA”).  Also like Planned Parenthood, it certainly is a cash cow, receiving nearly $66 million in donations in 2016.
Perhaps that’s why PETA leapt at the chance to pay for one of India’s (speaking of sacred cows) most prominent LGBT activist’s vegan lunch with a longed-for prospective husband. Sure, Harish Iyer could pay for the romantic tête-à-tête himself…but why buy the cow when you can get the milk for free?
      (For related information, please also see my post of 3/20/2017: "PETA Files")

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