Written by Vegetarian Star on April 1st, 2016 in Food & Drink.
Parents are outraged at a new curriculum designed to encourage children to eat more vegetarian foods.
A group called Veggie Kids of Tomorrow has created a book filled with nothing but images from some of the most popular campaigns from the animal rights group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals.
The problem with this tutorial, as many might imagine, is that the images very much reflect PETA’s reputation of mixing scantily clad people with pro-vegetarian messages.
“My children should not be looking at this garbage in school,” one parent wrote on the group’s Facebook page.
“What am I supposed to do?” another asked. “Tell my child that nudity is okay if there are vegetables nearby?”
Veggie Kids of Tomorrow claims the book was created from a concept known as Visual Image Imprinting. The technique promotes behavioral changes in humans when they glance and study certain pictures in detail. The mere sight of these near naked people in PETA ads makes children ask for tofu, rice milk and much more, the group says.
Veggie Kids of Tomorrow says all children received letters to take home to parents explaining the new curriculum and how the images may provoke discussion, shock and a demand for Meatless Mondays at the dinner table.
In case you haven’t already figured it out, this story is nothing but a bunch of vegan baloney.
Happy April 1st!
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