An animal activist has asked people to wear bikinis on the beach during a birthday protest in the name of saving animals
Tash Peterson, who goes by the online alias of Vegan Booty, has called on her supporters to rally together on Bondi Beach, Sydney, Australia, to protest in their usual manner.
“After Vegan Camp Out Australia on November 26th, I will be celebrating the week of my 30th birthday with an animal rights bikini/boardies protest on Bondi Beach,” she wrote.
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Tash is from Perth, Australia and said “All vegans are welcome to join the protest!”
He said this alongside a poster which showed cartoon figures holding signs calling for non-vegetarianism.
“If you’re not vegan you’re an animal abuser,” read one such sign.
‘If you’re not vegan, you’re an animal abuser,’ read another.
Tash, whose Instagram bio reads: “If you’re not vegan, you’re an animal abuser… end animal genocide,” to invite people to come and join in. (formerly Twitter).
Affiliated with the activist group Dominion, Tash regularly shares her involvement in powerful and drastic actions to convey and share the message about the harm caused by industries involving animal products.
In one such protest, she stood inside a clothing store that used duck and goose feathers in its products.
Covered in blood and wearing a feathered leotard, she held a fake corpse of a swan with its back and inner skin torn off, talking about the perceived hypocrisy of people claiming to care for animals, At the same time, she was also supporting the industries that oppress them.
Tash and her boyfriend Jack Higgs had recently moved to Melbourne after it was reportedly banned at “every liquor licensed venue” in her home state of Western Australia.
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