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PETA wastes perfectly good XXX domain on latest publicity stunt

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals is at it again — trying to convert carnivores into vegans by putting vegetables near semi-nude females’ body parts.

For this latest publicity stunt, PETA snatched up a perfectly good triple-x website, peta.xxx – a domain reserved for porn adult entertainment sites. The semi-NSFW site’s tagline is, “Now that we’ve got you here, let us turn you on to what we’re really about.”

PETA frequently pulls these stunts, including hiring celebrities to pose nude in the “I’d rather go naked than wear fur” campaign, and pitching several supposedly-banned Super Bowl commercials that were yanked because lingerie-clad women were doing nasty things to vegetables.

Peta.xxx has sections titled “Sexy Photos,” which are just pictures of girls in vegetable bikinis, and “Hardcore Videos” which has nothing to do with women performing sex acts on veggies. Rather, it features boilerplate clips of chickens and cows and other animals living in harsh conditions; you know, all that sexy stuff.

(SEE ALSO: Documents show PETA kills more than 95 percent of pets in its care)

Under “Sex Tips,” the site lists different fruits and vegetables that can boost one’s sexual appetite and some that act as aphrodisiacs in the bedroom. For example, berries are “the perfect foods to feed your lover, strawberries, raspberries, and blueberries are high in vitamin C, which is important for the production of sex hormones and neurotransmitters.”

The Ron Jeremy — who makes us feel dirty just looking at him — makes a cameo on the site with an introductory video. “This site has some of the most explicit and jaw-dropping scenes I have ever seen…[the site] is a lot more than just sex appeal,” he says. “So sit back, relax and allow us to turn you on. You may get the ride of your life, and you will never be the same again.”

Are you turned on yet? Didn’t think so — but you may need a shower.

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