Eat eggs or drink milk? Then you're no feminist, say animal rights activists in ... trends now

Eat eggs or drink milk? Then you're no feminist, say animal rights activists in ... trends now
Eat eggs or drink milk? Then you're no feminist, say animal rights activists in ... trends now

Eat eggs or drink milk? Then you're no feminist, say animal rights activists in ... trends now

Eat eggs or drink milk? Then you're no feminist, say animal rights activists in the latest woke protest against those who have a non-vegan diet PETA has likened the artificial insemination of cows to sexual abuse of women  Organisation says women should show solidarity with females of other species 

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Women cannot be feminists if they drink milk and eat eggs, according to animal rights activists.

In the latest woke backlash against non-vegan diets, campaign group PETA has likened the artificial insemination of dairy cows to the sexual abuse of women.

Meanwhile it says female chickens are treated like 'egg-laying machines' - an act of sexism which causes reproductive problems.

Women should show solidarity with females of other species if they are true feminists, according to the organisation in a blog published on its website this week entitled 'You can't be a feminist if you're drinking milk and eating eggs.'

It states: 'The meat, egg, and dairy industries are built on the exploitation of female animals - something that no one should support.

'Every time you order or request a vegan meal, you're standing up for females.'

The radical group adds: 'The denial of animal rights originates in the same supremacist thinking that has obstructed women's rights.'

Campaign group PETA has likened the artificial insemination of dairy cows to the sexual abuse of women

Campaign group PETA has likened the artificial insemination of dairy cows to the sexual abuse of women

The activist organisation says chickens can suffer from cysts, infections and tumours because their bodies are forced to produce unnaturally high quantities of eggs

The activist organisation says chickens can suffer from cysts, infections and tumours because their bodies are forced to produce unnaturally high quantities of eggs

Responding to the blog, Frank Furedi, emeritus professor of sociology at the University of Kent, said: 'Peta are obviously hijacking the cultural

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