After suggesting that people shouldn’t eat chicken because it will make their ‘kid’s dick small’, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) now claims that going vegan improves your sexual stamina.
After Gillette’s ad over toxic masculinity, PETA has injected itself into the conversation its own male-themed advertisement re-imagining genitalia as giant veggies. PETA recently released a new ad featuring men wearing vegetables representing penis. The clip shows creepy-looking, sweaty men waggling and twirling comically large, phallic vegetables attached to their crotches, intercut with close-ups of those same vegetables flanked by veggie “testicles.”
PETA shared the video on its official Twitter account along with a caption which read: ‘Traditional” masculinity is DEAD. The secret to male sexual stamina is veggies.”
“Traditional” masculinity is DEAD. The secret to male sexual stamina is veggies. ? pic.twitter.com/51DUsqzyO3
— PETA (@peta) January 16, 2019
The idea is that because a vegan diet could improve your overall health (and that’s a hotly contested ‘could’), it could also improve your sexual performance, as erectile dysfunction is linked to physical health causes, such as heart disease and high blood pressure.