PETA and Kevin Nealon's funny new ad on the dangers of veganism.
by China DeSpain
Categories: Animals, Causes, Vegan, Video
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Photo: PETA.org

Animal rights group PETA raised eyebrows last year with their decision to capitalize on the popularity of porn with their new .xxx site, which recently went live. But they’re also taking a more light-hearted approach to the topic with their commentary on the connection between sex and veganism.

PETA has partnered with comedian Kevin Nealon to create a (slightly NSFW) funny ad on living with BWVAKTBOOM, or my “boyfriend went vegan and knocked the bottom out of me.” The video suggests that men who adhere to a vegan diet are so spectacular in the sack, they can actually injure their girlfriends. In the ad, Nealon describes BWVAKTBOOM as a “painful condition that occurs when boyfriends go vegan and can suddenly bring it like a tantric porn star.”

In conjunction with the ad, PETA launched an accompanying website with tips on dealing with BWVAKTBOOM.

The site states, “For years, women have been open to the physical, emotional, and karmic benefits of veganism. But now, more and more men are discovering the perks of a plant-based diet. More specifically, a dramatic increase in their wang power and sexual stamina. Unfortunately, the consequences of all this mind-blowing intercourse can often lead to sex injuries such as whiplash, pulled muscles, rug burn, and even a dislocated hip. This is your support system to get you through BWVAKTBOOM and help you go vegan safely.”

The tongue-in-cheek suggestions include Headboard Hydration, Sex Proofing, Sex Helmet, Goggles and more. Each tip includes entertaining commentary about why it’s necessary, now that your lover is a vegan sex machine. The new site also has tips on how to go vegan, and even includes a sign up form to receive your very own vegan starter kit.

And hey, it’s Valentine’s Day, so there’s no better time to check out the tips and then go make your honey happy!

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China DeSpain is a San Antonio-based writer and blogger. She loves pop culture, animal rights, health and fitness, international travel, books and wigs. Follow China on Twitter: @ChinaDeSpain

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  • Anonymous

    I find it dissonant and disturbing that this ad exists, and is being celebrated, adjacent to a blog post condemning Chris Brown’s violence against Rihanna. I don’t like this ad. I get what PETA is trying to say, and that’s nice and all, but I think this ad is making light of sexual violence. It’s one thing to have consensual “rough” sex and to be prepared for it, and this fictional person wasn’t.