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Controversial Vegan Activist Tash Peterson Opens Separate X Account for Sexy Content

Tash Peterson, the well-known animal rights activist and militant vegan, has stirred controversy once again by launching a second

Controversial Vegan Activist Tash Peterson Opens Separate X Account for Sexy Content

Tash Peterson, the well-known animal rights activist and militant vegan, has stirred controversy once again by launching a second X-rated account solely dedicated to sharing provocative and sensual content on X, formerly known as Twitter. The activist, who often makes headlines for her daring protests in revealing attire, is now channeling her saucy side in a new digital venture.

Nicknamed “Vegan Booty,” Peterson is notorious for her unconventional approach to promoting animal rights. Her protests, which frequently involve her donning bikinis and lingerie, have gained her a significant following on social media. With more than 11,000 followers on her original X account, @vganbooty, Peterson has taken her provocative activism to the next level by creating a second, more explicit account, @v_ganbooty.

The content on this new account is a stark departure from her traditional protests. Instead of advocating for animal rights and veganism, Peterson shares alluring images of herself along with links to her two OnlyFans accounts.

In a recent post on her original X account, Peterson clarified her intentions: “This accounts posts will now be animal rights and veganism only and OnlyFans will be separate on this new account @v_ganbooty so follow me over there if you’re interested”

Tash Peterson’s unconventional methods have attracted attention in the past, including her “Lingerie Protest” in Melbourne earlier this year. During the protest, participants were encouraged to wear their “favorite pink lingerie” and march down Bourke Street, a major road in Melbourne’s CBD. They carried provocative signs with slogans like “Plant-powered penises last longer” and “eat p**** not animals.” The demonstration aimed to draw attention to the use of feathers and down in blankets and clothing.

Alongside other scantily clad protesters, Tash campaigned against the use of animal products in a humorous and cheeky manner. Signs such as “If you’re not vegan, you’re an animal abuser,” “Veganism is hard for selfish people,” and “Tofu never screams” were paraded through central Melbourne, further fueling the public’s fascination with her unorthodox activism.

Tash Peterson and her boyfriend, Jack Higgs, recently relocated to Melbourne after Peterson allegedly received bans from “every liquor license venue” in her home state of Western Australia. Her controversial and provocative methods continue to generate both support and criticism, making her a polarizing figure in the animal rights and vegan communities.

Images: @vganbooty/ X

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