Pamela Anderson’s Vegetarian Advert Banned In Canada

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A vegetarian advert featuring Pamela Anderson in a string bikini has been banned in Canada for being “sexist”. The former Baywatch star features in a poster for People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (Peta) covered in butcher’s labels such as “rump”, “ribs” and “breast”.
The creators of the advert, which includes the slogan “All Animals Have The Same Parts”, had been seeking approval for it to be displayed in Montreal. But Canadian officials rejected the banner, telling the animal rights group in an email it went against the “battle of equality between men and women”. Anderson, who is a vegetarian and long-time Peta activist, hit out at the “puritanical” decision.
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The Anti-Restaurant Movement

The Anti-Restaurant Movement

Participative dining experiences are redefining the way we think about food

Underground restaurants have found their niche. Stringing together the farm-to-table movement and a bloggy kind of interactivity, they have gained a following among food lovers, mostly in their 20s and 30s, who have an opinion on local versus organic, prefer intimate and casual to grand and ceremonial, and are open to meeting people and building connections in new ways.

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