PETA blames genital size on chicken wings

PETA blames genital size on chicken wings

Millions of American men are frantically calling their mothers and demanding a complete diet rundown for all nine months of pregnancy. And husbands of pregnant women are demanding their wives drop the chicken wings before disaster occurs. At least that sort of lunacy is what PETA was hoping for when it linked buffalo chicken wings to small genitalia. It’s the old “Stop eating chicken and spare your son the embarrassment” trick.

From PETA’s latest release: “The latest scientific evidence shows that the sons of pregnant women who consume chicken are more likely to have smaller penises because of a chemical found in the birds' flesh.”

The release goes on to mention high cholesterol risks, but when allegations of diminished genitalia are bandied about — clogged arteries don’t even register on the concern scale. Clogged arteries are reduced to the level of paper cuts.

PETA cites the Study for Future Families, and Associate Director of Campaigns Lindsay Rajt says, "Pregnant women may want to think twice before chomping on those chicken wings, or their sons could come up short."

And meanwhile … millions of American males suffering from an inadequacy complex are blaming their mothers for consuming chicken during pregnancy.

PETA is actually trying to get pregnant women banned from eating wings at the National Buffalo Chicken Wing Festival, Aug. 31. According to YNN Rochester, "PETA wants the National Buffalo Wing Festival to ban pregnant women from eating chicken wings at this year's event."

Is this a new low for PETA?

Not really; just standard fare.

 

For more PETA lunacy, see

PETA drones a trophy prize for US hunters

PETA pitches nonsense over baseball-fish tale

PETA and the death of sanity

 

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