PETA Says Pokemon Games Are EVIL
PETA is the pro-animal organization best known for having hot chicks be naked on billboards because they'd "rather go naked and wear fur." Which, to me, is a pro-fur message. Because it implies if you made every single item of clothing out of fur women would always be naked.
This is by far the weirdest erection of my life.
According to Buzzfeed PETA has released a Pokemon parody game called "Pokemon: Black and Blue." Where the Pokemon rise up against their cruel masters, the trainers, and do battle for their freedom.
How Ash really feels about Pikachu.
PETA Director of Marketing Innovations Joel Bartlett had this to say:
"Games like Pokémon send kids the wrong message that exploiting and abusing those who are defenseless is acceptable when it is not."
Admittedly Joel has a point. If you think about it, Pokemon isn't much different than a dog fighting ring. Capturing animals, training them, and then forcing them to fight in brutal displays of their power.
Why must you make me fight Mewtwo? You know he is just going to break my mind.
The game is actually pretty funny too. You can play it at the link below. Whether you agree with the notion that animals should be caught, trained to hate, and then forced to fight to the death or not, we can all agree that there's nothing better than watching Pikachu electrocute a clearly drunk Ash Ketchum.
Do you think Pokemon teaches bad lessons? Is Pokemon about making animals fight, or is it about frienship and working together? Let us know in the comments below!
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