In PETA's new commercial — perhaps to run during the Super Bowl, if it doesn't get banned — ladies show some love to vegetables. A little too much, if you ask me. In fact, in essence, it runs the gamut of degrading stereotypes about women. You know, to save the animals.
The director starts by saying: "Why don't you pick a vegetable and show us how much you love it?" And they start innocently enough: two women (appropriately, close-mouth) kiss an eggplant. But after that, it's every veggie for itself, as a woman in a bikini and heels lies on a couch, feet in the air, literally fellating an endive. It's basically indistinguishable from the beginning of a porn movie. Also, an endive?