Circuses are so last century, and animal cracker brand Barnum’s Animals has finally taken notice.
Pink is really not here for SeaWorld. According to a report from Rolling Stone, the pop star attended a meeting on behalf of PETA with SeaWorld’s board of directors on Wednesday. (Other celebrities have submitted questions to or attended these meetings over the years, including Jessica Biel and Pamela Anderson.)
The creators of Westworld have come under fire from PETA for its use of elephants in the series, saying that one that appeared on screen had been previously abused. HBO has responded with a resounding “nah.”
In just over a week, the Guggenheim will open a highly divisive show called “Art and China after 1989: Theater of the World,” which has been derided in recent days by critics appalled by its use of animals.
Today is International Tiger Day, and to celebrate, PETA would like to stop people from sitting on/high-fiving/cuddling/bottle feeding/trolling/chilling with tigers for their Tinder profiles. Tigers everywhere are pleased.
The state of our nation is bleak enough without ducklings needlessly perishing in our waters. Thankfully, the city of Indianapolis agrees, and has implemented measures to safeguard the wee paddling fluff bundles that frequent its downtown canal. Its solution: tiny floating rafts.
“I swear to you, whether I make another dime on this movie or not has no effect on my life,” claims a producer of the beleaguered upcoming movie A Dog’s Purpose in a lengthy essay he wrote for The Hollywood Reporter. Brave, if true!
On Monday night, Justin Bieber wore a resplendent (depending on your taste) gigantic fur coat in 60-degree West Hollywood weather, paired with vintage Saved By the Bell jeans. The fur? It’s real.
Tina Gorjanc, a cheeky student/designer at London’s legendary art and fashion school Central Saint Martins, plans to grow swathes of Alexander McQueen’s skin from DNA, tan the hide and construct it all into a human leather jacket. Goodbye horses! I’m flying over you!
Some number of owls have been thrown out of work, as the stage production of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child has decided not to use live owls, after all.
Justin Bieber really loves animals and PETA hates that Justin Bieber really loves them because it’s perhaps an unhealthy fascination. Let’s look at Bieber’s loving/disturbing relationship with mammals.
PETA, the animal rights group so annoying that it almost makes you hate animals, is mad at Justin Bieber for posing with a tiger at his father Jeremy’s engagement party.
In an agreement with the Humane Society and the Fur Free Alliance, the Armani Group has committed to stop using fur in its collections across all labels, beginning with its fall 2016 collections.
In July, Jane Birkin told Hermés she wanted her named taken off Birkin Bags made with crocodile skins, as she’d learned from a PETA exposé that the company had been mistreating crocodiles at the farm they sourced the materials for the bags from.
Joanna Krupa, model and star of The Real Housewives of Miami, has recently pulled out all the stops—AKA her boobs and vagina—for a campaign against SeaWorld. It’s so good to finally be able to laugh about orca captivity, right?! Thanks, PETA!
A day after Jane Birkin publicly asked Hermès to remove her name from Birkin bags made with crocodile skin, the company has released a statement saying that they’re looking into how the animals are treated. What they haven’t addressed is whether they’ll stop referring to Birkin Croco’s as Birkins, but that’s probably…
Oh no. That sound you hear echoing around St. Barths and Rodeo Drive is the sound of a million socialites and celebrities inwardly screaming, as the status of their beloved Birkin bags is thrown into question, with just a few words from the bag’s namesake.
Hannibal Buress successfully annoyed a group of PETA protesters by asking them questions about their vegan lifestyle and the joys of meat-eating.
Dr. John Henry Hagmann, a retired Army lieutenant colonel who now teaches soldiers and military medical personnel, has been suspended for a series of deeply fucked-up-sounding experiments that involved torturing live pigs and dosing his students with ketamine and alcohol, then forcing them to perform dubious, highly…