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


PeTA by its very nature is controversial. That's the way they choose to help animals. I think what Maynard and others are trying to say is that they prefer to be associated with groups that are less controversial. I can see his point if that is his kind of activism. We are all different and we all have our opinions.

I don't want you to leave the group because of PeTA hatred.

Personally nudity and other such things don't offend me because my top priority is attention to animal rights. Others find this appalling. Maynard just happens to be vocal about his dislike and many people chose to be quiet. His opinion is important to him and as long as he's helping animals, he can say whatever he wants. Please don't be offended if someone doesn't like PeTA. As Ingrid told me with a smile one day as she signed my book, "We aren't here to make friends, we're here to stop animal cruelty".

I hope that you won't leave our group, we need you.

Glad you liked my book!


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