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LOL: PETA Claims Eating Chicken Wings Could Affect Your Baby's Penis Size

Society & Culture  (tags: PETA, Americans, chicken, babies, pregnancy, silly, women, society, activists )

- 2145 days ago -
Oh, PETA, you never fail to amuse. Yes, PETA is alleging that eating chicken wings during pregnancy can affect the size of your baby's penis. It's part of their attempt to curb participation in the National Buffalo Wing Festival. Of course.


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Syd H (48)
Wednesday September 4, 2013, 12:48 pm
Not sure why it's okay to kills thousands of chickens but not one horse...

Sheila D (194)
Wednesday September 4, 2013, 5:59 pm

Veronica C (17)
Wednesday September 4, 2013, 8:29 pm
Pamela Anderson's affiliation with PETA makes more sense now. She would say something like this.

Vicky P (476)
Wednesday September 4, 2013, 9:33 pm
wow..I just, I don't know what to say about PETA, sexual ads with naked women and men, objectifying people in the name of being a vegan. It makes no sense, now they think they are scientists.

Past Member (0)
Friday September 6, 2013, 3:06 am
Whether this is true or not, one thing is for certain - the way the chickens are killed and the amount of chickens killed to supply the demand of people lust for chicken wings makes this food a truly undesirable product for anyone with a conscience. Go Vegetarian - save the world and save your health and let the chickens keep their wings.

DaleLovesOttawa O (198)
Friday September 6, 2013, 6:42 pm
Vicky P, PETA does do the exploitation of women, but then women don't matter as they are humans and not considered 'real animals' as they are bipeds and have a brain...or at least until they are objectified as sexual objects by PETA ads. I have never seen any of their veggie ads doing the same thing with scantily clad men wielding carrots or Brussels sprouts. Wonder why...sexism?

And of course, for some men...women are not even considered human aka the rape culture, women being killed over dowries, etc and etc.

So very true, Vicky P.

So... if one is omnivore, just eat chicken from a small farm, some people actually go out and find farmers who don't use factory farms.

Why do Americans allow their industries to put so much chemicals, antibiotics and growth hormones into food animals. (Not to mention processed foods? Milk from the U.S, is often banned because of specific growth hormones used in it. My country won't let it inside our borders, neither does Europe. But then, the FDA won't force the food industry to label GMO foods either. Isn't the head of the FDA a former Monsanto CEO? Wonderful. Not. Nothing quite like 'experimenting' on the population with the long term effects of GMO veggies and fruits on the population. Another reason to eat organic but sadly there are low income people struggling to make ends meet and they have a harder go of it in the States since there are fewer social programs for the poor compared to other western nations.

My food is 90 percent plant based but I will still eat small amounts of organic meat. Yes, every now and then I 'lust' for chicken wings. Big criminal offence. I lust for daily asparagus and sometimes chocolate (fair trade), big crime there too.

I still have to eat something that was once alive, be it plant or animal...but I will try and patent rock pate - it is not alive but since I still haven't gotten around the sticking can't survive eating inorganic material. Shall we slap Mother Nature with a wet noodle for giving us DNA requiring all Earth based life to consume other organic entities to survive?

Interesting to note that Jain vegans refuse to eat root veggies because they feel that they disturb or kill insects when pulling up the roots. Admirable, but I will still pull up those organic veggies that I grow. Jains also try and stay inside at night lest they step on insects as there are more insects outside at night. All of us are omnivore, vegetarians or vegan. Choose what is your own path and avoid factory farming. Legislate for cameras in all factory farms and slaughterhouses.


DaleLovesOttawa O (198)
Friday September 6, 2013, 6:46 pm
Syd H, Americans don't eat horse as a result of cultural preference. People eat fruit but few westerners will try out the Durian fruit considered fabulous in Asia but it still smells like rotting socks and is banned from airports, public transit and hotels. Culture and locale plays a large part in what people eat. Out in Cambodia, people buy deep fried tarantulas at the local market. Some people eat one kind of cheese and won't touch blue cheese.

Saturday September 7, 2013, 7:06 am
I'm not surprised. Peta sinks to new lows every time I turn around. They're a bunch of buffoons and idiots....and they exemplify 'delusional' in so many ways!

Elizabeth M (65)
Sunday September 8, 2013, 10:43 am
Not surprised with their dribble.
Thank You Carrie.

DaleLovesOttawa O (198)
Wednesday March 12, 2014, 11:41 pm
Strange, somehow this article showed up in my browser during the present maintenance difficulties, I did not call it up intentionally. The last entry is September, much better weather than the snowstorm going on at the moment.

All this did was make me hungry and then I reread Past Member with the "chickens killed to supply the demand of people lust for chicken wings makes this food a truly undesirable product for anyone with a conscience. Go Vegetarian - save the world and save your health and let the chickens keep their wings."

Spare me the 'anyone with a conscience' labels and generalizations. Vegetarians and vegans are not the only ones on the planet with 'a conscience.' People will always eat meat on the planet Earth. If you don't wish to, by all means don't but stop with the inane labelling of all others simply because you have a different outlook. As Suba G often says, "it matters not what you eat but how you treat what you eat."
Since many already avoid factory farms, then there is no crime in eating meat, cheese, yogurt, eggs, etc.

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