PETA is now fat-shaming women into vegan diets

Recent findings about Plan B have spurred the advocacy group's questionable new campaign

PETA has a thing for skinny women.
(Image credit: (PETA.org))

In the past, the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) has resorted to such extreme tactics as comparing people who eat meat to Nazis. In that respect, perhaps its latest campaign to fat-shame women into vegan diets isn’t that bad. But it’s still pretty bad.

In an attempt to gain vegan converts, PETA has jumped on the recent news that Plan B, a morning-after pill, may be ineffective for women weighing more than 176 pounds.

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