Do vegans make better lovers? Well, that’s what PETA wants you to believe. And a demonstration planned for this Valentine’s Day aims to get you to make the switch. It will happen in downtown Raleigh at the corner of E. Martin and Fayetteville Street. It will feature two vegans cuddling in an outdoor bed.
Its part of the “Vegans Make Better Lovers” campaign. If you’re working in downtown Raleigh you could catch a glimpse of the “show”. “What goes on in the kitchen has a lot to do with what happens—or doesn’t—in the bedroom,” says PETA Executive Vice President Tracy Reiman. “By joining PETA and going vegan for Valentine’s Day, your body will thank you—and your partner will, too.”
The PETA lovebirds as they cuddle in an outdoor bed in the heart of downtown this Valentine’s Day hope to remind everyone eager to please their partners that the cholesterol in meat and dairy can clog the arteries to all your organs, not just the heart.
But why do Vegans make better lovers? Well, these are the reasons PETA gives on their website you can visit it to read the full explanation for their claims.