5 and Broadway in downtown Nashville. PHOTO: FOX 17 News
NASHVILLE, Tenn .– Two PETA supporters plan a public display of affection snuggling in a bed in Nashville.
According to a statement from the organization, the two supporters will wear "bady underwear" with heart-shaped posters that read "Vegans Make Better Lovers."
PETA says the movement is an effort to "remind those eager to please their partners that eating meat can hurt time in the bedroom, by reducing the flow of blood to all the organs of the body."
The statement said that those who become vegans "save almost 200 animals a year" and those who eat meat have "higher rates of heart disease, stroke, diabetes, obesity and cancer"
The exhibition will be held on 5th Avenue and Broadway on Wednesday at noon.