06 Jul '17, 2pm

PETA tries crappy activism on public toilets:

PETA director Elisa Allen told the news outlet “While public toilets are often known for having quite a stench, it’s the meat industry that is most foul. This win-win solution would help keep the toilets open while providing residents with an important reminder that when it comes to animals, our health, and the environment, meat really does stink.” Sorry Allen, the ‘meat industry’ is also the dairy industry, the leather industry, and it’s all equally noxious. And how is saying “meat stinks” an important reminder about anything without the information to back it up? Perhaps employing a washroom attendant to recite facts about animal agriculture is in the budget.

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