PETA loves using sex in their ads.  Last month they released a weird "Girls Gone Wild" style ad where women flash the camera, but instead of having what you expect, they have cow utters.

But some people think their newest ad is offensive.  It shows a girl in her underwear wearing a neck brace.  And the narrator, Kevin Nealon, says that if your boyfriend goes vegan, he'll  "bring it like a tantric porn star."

He also says the girl suffers from a syndrome called,  "Boyfriend Went Vegan and Knocked the Bottom Out of Me."

Now I have not problem with vegans or vegetarians, eat what you want - I don't care. But the attention whores over at PETA are very good at giving themselves a bad rep with these kind of ads.  Sure - they can be somewhat funny, but if you ask me, they just don't get their point across very well. Instead they do more to solidify PETA's reputation as the crazy drunk uncle of organizations.

Watch the new PETA ad but be careful,  the video shows a woman walking around in her underwear and implies sexual acts are taking place  - so it may be NSFW.

What do you think?  Is this ad over the top and offensive