Jessica Simpson under fire for “real girls eat meat” T-shirt

Taking a step beyond simply celebrating celeberty vegetarians, PETA is attacking Jessica Simpson for wearing a “real girls eat meat” T-shirt. The shirt is meant as a joke against Carrie Underwood, the vegetarian ex-girlfriend of Simpson’s current boyfriend Tony Roma. However,a PETA blogger attacked the move in a post titled “Only Stupid Girls Brag About Eating Meat.” Letters to Jessica Simpson in SUPPORT of her wearing the T-shirt can be sent to:

Jessica Simpson
Creative Artists Agency
9830 Wilshire Boulevard
Beverly Hills, California 90212-1825

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2 responses to “Jessica Simpson under fire for “real girls eat meat” T-shirt

  1. Lindsay Graber

    In comments to OK! Magazine, PETA said, “Jessica Simpson’s meaty wardrobe malfunction makes us thankful that no one is looking to her for food advice. Chicken-of-the-Sea, anyone? The woman who thought that Buffalo ‘wings’ came from buffalos would benefit from some good veggie brain food.”

    In addition, PETA spokeswoman, Pamela Anderson, was reportedly bashing Jessica Simpson on Australian radio. Anderson was quoted calling Simpson a “wh—” and “b—-” during an interview on the Kyle and Jackie O Show. Later in the show, Anderson also was quoted saying that Simpson’s shirt was not about “actual cows and chickens, but was referring to, you know, men.”

    Personally, my opinion of PETA is not that great. I think the group and it’s supporters lash out at the smallest things, often times causing a huge stir out of something completely unnecessary. From everything I have read, Simpson’s shirt was meant to poke fun at Tony Romo’s ex, Carrie Underwood (a vegetarian who has twice been named “World’s Sexiest Vegetarian” by PETA.)

    Most of the media around PETA is negative- who got caught supporting meat this time? I think the group would increase their credibility if, instead of keeping a watch-eye on people/billboards/events and then quickly publishing bad raps, they would work to educate non-vegetarians on the benefits of that lifestyle. I get so tired of hearing the latest news to come out of the PETA group. Seriously, is it really THAT important to make sure the world knows that Jessica Simpson made a bad choice by choosing meat?

    Additionally, the group should hire better spokespeople. Pamela Anderson’s comments on the Kyle and Jackie O Show were completely uncalled for. Granted, she disagrees with what another celebrity eats. Why is there a need to make comments demeaning her as a person, especially considering that Anderson basically put thoughts in Simpson’s head by inferring what she meant by the shirt. Give me a break- quit with the cheap shots!

  2. I get a funny feeling in my pants when i see a girl this hot. Is that normal?

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