PETA’s Banned Super Bowl 50 Ad Shows How Vegans “Last Longer” In Bedroom (VIDEO)
PETA has released its banned Super Bowl 50 ad, which highlights meat’s negative impact on the male anatomy. CBS executives deemed the commercial too sexually explicit to air during the big game, but if so inclined, you can watch the shocking spot below.
The commercial is titled “Last Longer,” and features a split screen of two separate couples having sex. One man is a “meat eater,” while the other is a “vegan,” and unfortunately for the carnivore, he has a bit of trouble “going the distance” in the bedroom.
The ad is meant to educate men on the dangers of eating foods high in cholesterol, such as meat, eggs, and dairy products, which can slow the body’s flow of blood and lead to erectile dysfunction. Vegan products, on the other hand, including fresh fruits and vegetables, can help get a man’s blood flowing to every organ in his body.
PETA has been submitting racy Super Bowl ads for the past few years, knowing full well that the spots will never be accepted. The banned PSAs, however, always make waves online and help convey the organization’s message about the benefits of a vegan lifestyle.
As for the latest ad being rejected by censors, PETA Senior Vice President Lisa Lange said in a statement, “Super Bowl 50 audiences will be missing out on comedy, sex appeal, and the lifesaving message that vegan meals can help clear clogged-up carnivores and get their blood pumping again.” She added, “PETA’s edgy but crowd-pleasing TV spot shows that vegans may have a banana in their pajama pocket, just to snack on later, but they’re also really pleased to see you.”
If so inclined, watch PETA’s banned Super Bowl commercial below, but be forewarned of the sexually explicit content.