Animal Rights Activism: What's the Best Way?


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Animal Rights Activism: What's the Best Way?
Comments by Janet - 28 May 2009

Here's my deal. I don't care what group gets the job done as long as it gets done. PeTA doesn't need a email spokesperson. We're all on the same side here aren't we? Honestly, PeTA doesn't care if conservatives like their actions. Animals need their actions. The animals are why they do what they do. But I'm not gonna be a spokeswomen for them, I don't care who likes them or not. I care about the animals and that is where I'm focused.

To answer your question, I'd love to see another organization get as much light as PeTA but they won't. Because to get light means to get ridicule in a world still not readily wanting to accept animal rights. You need guts and nerves of steal to do what PeTA does.

Anyhow, take that as you will. My bottom line, help the animals, I like you. Hurt them and I don't.


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