PETA releases list of animal-friendly activities in Elden Ring
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) love to make a splash with controversial advertisements, and their latest one is no different. But it seems that viewers are taking the advertisement in the opposite direction of what PETA intended.
On PETA's Twitter, the animal rights advocacy group posted a graphic asking dog owners to not use prong collars on their pets as they are painful and dangerous.
To solidify their point, the advertisement includes a rendering of a human wearing a prong collar attached to a leash as a dog angrily drags them.
"What if the roles were reversed? Prong collars are painful & dangerous," the on-screen text reads.
The image was meant to generate empathy and sadness amongst viewers, however, people couldn't help but find the image slightly sexual. Especially given past advertisements have been blatantly sexual in nature.
PETA and Bobby's replies were filled with people re-posting previous PETA advertisements that are sexual in nature. One Twitter user reposted a video from PETA that encouraged people to go vegan by sticking their fingers in various fruits or vegetables, "PETA IS TOO HORNY" the user wrote.