Photos: Nearly naked PETA activists put a human face on eating flesh
Last summer, a People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals protest in Vancouver demonstrated how the human body could be divided into cuts of meat.
Because these human bodies involved two attractive young women, it generated a great deal of attention.
This week, PETA took it one step further by wrapping nearly naked women on cellophane trays.
The event took place at the corner of Commercial Drive and East Hastings Street near a local slaughterhouse.
This is how PETA described the recent protest: "The activists aim to demonstrate that all animals—including humans—are made of flesh, blood, and bone; that animals have the same five senses and range of emotions as humans do; and that when you eat meat, you are eating a corpse."