Cutters In Underpants: Sexiest Protest Ever? [Pic]

Submitted by: fancylad 7 years ago in Misc

Honey, we don"t read Spanish so we really don"t know what the hell you"re against, but count us in on this hot protest.
There are 170 comments:
Female 1,199
"If bullfighting means that we`ll get more groups of topless chicks lying around in public then I`m all for it."

lol!
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Male 478
Obviously a couple animals are more important than centuries of culture which NO ONE on this forum follows. Quit telling people how to live their lives.
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Male 119
there is so much fail in your post vascov
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Male 56
Everyone who doesn`t like bull fights has a great solution at hand : stay the hell away.
And a reminder , the only reason why there are still wild bulls , in Europe at least , is the bullfights.
And people who squirm at bullfights jost on hearsay and a couple of pictures should all be fully vegetarian for the sake of coeherence. If you`r worried about bulls being stabbed in a arena but eat industrial meat , your just a hypocrit
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Male 107
Save the bulls, stab a donkey.
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Female 179
I completely agree, its just animal cruelty
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Male 91
Thanks for making it clear to me that there is absolutely no reason at all to not be against bullfighting. :)
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Female 336
Man, WTF is this bullsht? We`ve got horses being run through a bonfire and it`s labeled "badass", we`ve got semi-naked blood-splattered people protesting a horrific, barbaric animal torture "tradition" labeled as "sexy" but god forbid someone makes a comment here with a curse word in it.

It`s fcking stupid and it needs to stop.

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Female 149
"7) RESPECT THIS DAMN TRADITION/SPORT/ART AND SIT THROUGH A DAMN CORRIDA TO UNDERSTAND IT AND STOP BEING IGNORANTS"

Ignorants is a great word, I like that.

You`re also mistaken on most of your other points.

It`s nearly unheard of for the bull to be spared. But the torturing is the problem more than the death anyways.

Before the real fight with the matador, a rider on horseback tires the bull out. He finishes by stabbing the bull at the base of the neck with a lance, to weaken it and force it to carry its head lower, make it safer.
Those flags are stabbed into its shoulders by three or four men in the next round.
After that is the show of matador versus (weakened, bleeding, injured) bull.

Oh, and it isn`t so rare for the horse in the first round to be gored or mutilated.

Here in Spain, the locals are against the bullfights as often than not. The bullring here is unfinished, progress halted, covered in graffiti reading "Toros no!"

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Male 592
I`m a Vegetarian... but i could happily go into a field and kill a cow :s
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Male 4,680
If bullfighting means that we`ll get more groups of topless chicks lying around in public then I`m all for it.
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Male 2,688
xxPinkxx, You struck the nail on the head there...
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Male 242
I saw a bullfight in Mexico once. Probably the most awesome thing I`ve ever seen.
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Female 5,222
you missed one..
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Female 3,828
Ive seen weirder. Sometimes im ashamed of fellow vegetarians and animal lovers.

im vegetarian, But i feel like i help the cause more by just not acting like a jackass.

Its better to just not preach all the time, or nobody will take you seriously.And youll look like a jackass. You attract more flies with honey than vinegar.


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Male 2,688
"When I respect somebody, stabbing them is at least 3rd on the list of things I`d like to do to them out of respect."

LMFAO

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Female 1,112
"The 2006 Gallup poll of Spanish opinions on bullfighting has shown that 72.10 % of Spaniards are not interested at all in bullfighting and just 7.40% are very interested; in Catalonia over 80% show no interest at all."

Apparently even most of Spain is no longer interested in this "tradition". Let`s face it, it continues because it`s an industry. Tons of money to be made.

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Female 1,112
"It is certain though that at the end of the show, the bull will die, yes, it is literally a show."

This is from a tourism site from Spain. Every article I have found about the fights has said that at the end of the fight the bull dies no matter what, and that the only judgment made is about the matadors worthiness of trophies.

It also says it a show, meaning entertainment, which they charge admission to see.

http://www.idealspain.com/Pages/Informat...

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Female 1,112
Go to bed if you must, but I wish you`d explain how it would change my opinion.
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Female 635
its late and i gotta go to bed

all i`ll say is if you don`t understand it then go see it yourself, that will answer alot of thing about it

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Female 1,112
"you forget that mexico is also a north american country, and bull fights are a big thing there too. like i said before, they are not for entertainment. it is sorta like a ritual for the bull and the person facing the bull"

Fine the USA and Canada, both countries that you and I belong to. Not for entertainment? How do explain the spectator portion? A ritual for the bull? did you ask the bull?

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Female 1,677
Kary do you honestly not understand what you`re saying? "The bull is treated great unless it dies from the stabbing it endures"

"Stabbing a bull is a sign of respect" - When I respect somebody, stabbing them is at least 3rd on the list of things I`d like to do to them out of respect.

Tradition just means something is super old. Traditionally, women could not vote or work outside the home, so we should respect that continued viewpoint? Just because something is old, doesn`t mean it has any value.

I can`t understand on any level how you see nothing whatsoever wrong with it. You grew up with it I guess, so it`s just some mundane thing. But seriously, bulls don`t care if you respect them, they have no concept of respect. So taking away all the "honour" the mighty bull is supposed to be feeling-- all you`re left with is a guy in a ring stabbing a clueless animal (to death or not).

Why should anybody respect that?

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Female 1,112
You literally addressed almost nothing. Ignorance is a word people like to throw around when they don`t like criticism. The only ignorant thing was my incorrect attribution of this to Italy.

1) Nothing you have said has compelled me to believe the bull is being treated well.

2) This is silly and has nothing to do with my second point so why even bother numbering it. It`s a tradition in some countries to cut major portions of the female anatomy off, should that continue simply because it`s tradition? Bad argument.

3. What does which bulls are picked have anything to do with the moral acceptability of the act, or to with whether or not the bull is frightened?

4. So what? The time of year or amount of occurrence has nothing to do with the morality, and again nothing with point 4.

5. See previous comments. IRRELEVANT.

6. This is rarely the case, and has nothing to do with the suffering of the bull, and again nothing to do with my point.

7. Why? Nothing compels me to.

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Female 635
@bumblebb

you forget that mexico is also a north american country, and bull fights are a big thing there too. like i said before, they are not for entertainment. it is sorta like a ritual for the bull and the person facing the bull

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Female 635
1) the bull is being treated great

2) its a tradition

3) only certain bulls are picked

4) corrida de toros are seasonal

5) it is 6 bulls at 1 corrida that are in it

6) the bull stays alive if the torero is injured or if the bull survives the 3rd terceo, or if the crowd believes that the bull has done well, they will ask the president to spare it

and 7) RESPECT THIS DAMN TRADITION/SPORT/ART AND SIT THROUGH A DAMN CORRIDA TO UNDERSTAND IT AND STOP BEING IGNORANTS

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Female 1,112
Hey thanks Taylor, and there was no need to clarify on the taxidermy, I was just pointing out the other end of it. Thanks for spending the time though.
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Female 1,112
Alright, so I recant my quick typing and admit the fault, but really it`s irrelevant to the premise. So I apologize.

I am vehemently opposed to PETA as I have said over and over again. They are left wing nuts. However, the torture and suffering of any animal for reasons of entertainment only are wrong in my opinion. In north America if an animal is treated this way, especially a common pet there are very real, albeit limited, consequences for what we call a crime. the reasoning is bullpoo. Culture is a bad cop out for animal abuse in a lot of these situations. The population of animals has nothing to do with suffering. If your position is that all living creatures are less than a human being in value at any level, and therefore deserve no consideration, and any pain and suffering felt by them is acceptable, so be it. Let that be your argument. But don`t undermine this argument by trying to argue against any other point.

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Male 2,688
At any length, BumbleBB and I are in agreement where it pertains to the fact that bullfighting is by NO means a fair fight. All in all, killing of an animal is only right if its for the purpose of acquiring food.
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Male 2,688
BumbleBB`s geographical error doesn`t discredit the rest of her argument since her argument has nothing to do with the exact location. The fact you`d even think so shows YOU have little to no grasp of what it actually means to discredit one`s argument, thus negating your whining that she was in error.

BLAMMO!

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Male 2,748
bumbleBB, um... it`s a bull... there are millions others... its called sport, and it`s part of their heritage... why change now? and oh, also, its a bull. PETA is everywhere!!!! lol, they`re a freakin cult, i swear.
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Male 1
@bumblebb the very fact that u think bull fighting takes place in italy shows just how ignorant you truely are and discredits everything else you say. it`s in SPAIN u dumbass!!! the running of the bulls is in Barcelona, Bull fighting is in Spain. you are truely ignorant, and need to get your facts straight before u rant.
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Female 1,112
This is just killing me. You can`t just say "if" they make it, then they`ll be happy. That`s simply no the case more often than not. Saying it`s a sport with equal chance for the bull and matador is retarded. These are objective observations and I`d like unbiased retorts for each please.

1) The bulls are forced to participate.
2) The fight stops should a matador be injured, but the fight continues until the bull is dead.
3) The bull is frightened.
4) The bullfight is not a main source of food harvest for Italy and thus cannot be a necessary source of meat stocks.
5)Respect for an animal in Italy is equated to not allowing it the ability to elude it`s hunter, and taunting it into a fight to which the advantage is given to the matador.
6) The bull is unaware of the situation they are in, has less ability to comprehend the situation, and are generally at a mental disadvantage.

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Female 536
Well, not don`t run WITH bulls, more like don`t do the event where you run with bulls and stick needles into them and kill them. Running WITH them is fine.
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Female 1,677
It`s just respectful m`kay.
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Female 1,677
I respect cats you know. I go out stabbing strays to test their honour. The less honourable mewl until they die like the pussies they are. The cool ones just limp off and I feed them tuna for the rest of their righteous lives. Then the next weekend: out a-stabbin` I go.
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Female 635
yay for honesty
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Female 1,677
Yes I`m very ignorant, I apologize. It`s my worst quality.
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Female 635
@boadicea
so what you`re saying is that the bull, fyi is an animal very respected by many cultures, doesn`t deserve to be treated with respect?

if you would take your time to learn about this tradition/sport/art instead of being an ignorant person, it is a test between a strong bull and a person, which both are very respected. the blaze of glory is the whole "ritual" the goes on in a corrida. the bull proves to be a quick learner, and it shows how mighty it is.

and the meat of a bull that was bread is very fine and tastes great. that`s another reason why they go through all that

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Male 132
it says dont run with the bulls
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Male 4
i think its bull fighting, torro is spanish for bull and the things in there back`s look like what they kill the bulls with.
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Male 1,149
She`s against bull fighting. The things stuck in there bodies are the things they stick in bulls when they are fighting them.
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Female 1,677
"If I were a bull how would I like to choose my end? A steal shot to the head or a blaze of glory?"

If I were a bull, I`d like to just be left the drat alone. Now if that`s not possible (since it seems people would fall over dead if they didn`t get some bull meat when they felt like some), I would like the quickest death. Bulls have no concept of "glory"; that`s just another way of humans muddling the issue to feel justified.

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Female 635
@lamename

it says "no to bull fighting"

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Female 238
Would you guys shut up and translate the sign already so I don`t have to fish through comments?
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Female 635
@boadicea

ever heard of the book like water for chocolate?

please read it

if you see through all the metaphor, you`ll get a little peek of respect and sickening

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Female 635
"Far to many have a disconnect from reality of where the food that they eat comes from but, there is a fine line between ceremony and tourist attraction. If I were a bull how would I like to choose my end? A steal shot to the head or a blaze of glory?"

THANK YOU!!!

someone with some sense!!

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Male 1,404
Far to many have a disconnect from reality of where the food that they eat comes from but, there is a fine line between ceremony and tourist attraction. If I were a bull how would I like to choose my end? A steal shot to the head or a blaze of glory?
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Female 1,677
Do you respect the culture of countries that force women to wear bodybags and live as servants to men? How is it that we can turn a blind eye to suffering and inhumanity (towards humans or animals) just because it`s a part of their culture? Female genital mutilation is cultural, should that be respected? As I mentioned earlier, slavery was accepted for however long, should that be respected if it`s said to be part of the culture?

Culture can go drat itself.

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Male 2,688
@bumbleBB

I didn`t say I disagreed with taxidermy as a whole, just those that would waste a life just to decorate their home. Situations such as your father is an acceptable circumstance, as well as those that simply mount the skin of an animal they killed to eat.

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Male 3,755
Whatever happened to respecting cultures? If you don`t like bull fighting, who cares? It`s their tradition and what they like to do. Get over it.
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Female 635
@oscola

the "slow and painful death" is not as bad as you think it is. bull fighting is a tradition, not amusement, the bull is very respected there, and the bull doesn`t die, it is treated and after a feew days its good as new

yea i might sound cruel, but this is something i grew up with, and i like it. all im trying to say is that most people say that its a horrible place with a bunch bulls being killed for the people watching to get a good laugh. and its not like that at all

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Female 1,677
"If you don`t like it don`t watch."

Haha, what? It`s not quite the same thing as a crappy TV show. Last I checked, nobody died while filming Leno. (Though if I had to go to a taping, I`d probably kill myself).

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Male 349
@ xXKaryXx

There is a big difference between killing for burgers, killing for fun (hunting), and killing slowly for spectator amusement. I`m no big animal rights fanatic, but that much is pretty obvious.

And if they are still standing by the third terceo, they will either die pretty quickly after from all of the wounds and blood loss, or be in a lot of bloody pain.

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Female 157
Are they... protesting Italy?

This is very confusing, bloody and confusing. And I think that may just be the worst kind of confusing.

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Male 26
umm.. they`re mostly men and fat chicks, this isn`t hot
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Female 635
@pui

if the bull is still able to get on its feet before the end of the third terceo, the bull is spared and lives without anybody doing anything to it

@witchhunter
they ARE getting a chance, like someone else here said, i don`t remember the username, the bull is spared.

a corrida is a sport. there a 3 thirds, or tres terceos, and if the bull is able to stad up or if it injures the torero enough for him or her not to hold the sword, they spare the bull and lives a happy life

and fyi, humas are predators too. and a bull is a boy cow, we still use bulls for burgers and menudo

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Male 236
BLOOD ORGY!
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Male 7
they use the lances to bleed the bulls to death. That`s why matador in spanish has a double meaning, both bull fighter and killer/murderer.
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Male 4,309
covered in blood sexy? you`re sick
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Male 798
Come on, really IAB? It`s obviously referring to animal rights. And no it`s not the running of the bulls. It`s referring to bullfighting, where they stick the bull with arrows to make it mad.
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Male 43
Are the asking for more tortilla chips?
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Male 987
How is this sexy?
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Male 72
"Actually, I own one. Rather small, but big enough to know what the bulls are like. Of course, the bulls are raised to produce a meat.
Have you?"

Technically, bulls aren`t raised for meat... Steers are. Granted, a steer used to be a bull, but still.

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Male 4,745
"CrakrJak: Protesting like total douches is Barbaric and Archaic as well.".

What???

Hey dude, if you get off on torturing animals, that`s cool and it`s your own thing, but how exactly is our opposing the torture, barbaric and archaic?

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Male 72
"Bullfighting and running of the bulls is disgusting.
I`m not a big fan of rodeos either, but I`ll let those slide."

I am sure that the rodeo scene cares that you`ll "let it slide". Glad to know it`s okay with you.

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Male 1,313
They forgot to wear their horns that day...
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Female 2,352
Not really sexy. .
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Male 970
wow i don`t get off of people looking like they have been slaughtered.
sice when so drating perverted IAB?
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Female 354
Spanish PETA?
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Female 695
Bullfighting and running of the bulls is disgusting.
I`m not a big fan of rodeos either, but I`ll let those slide.
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Female 19
it says "No to the running of the bulls!"
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Female 3,574
CrakrJak, no offense, and I don`t really care too much about animal rights, but your logic is a bit flawed there.
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Male 522
I want to say re-post but I`m not sure where I have seen this before hmm...
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Male 4,593
I wonder. If you ground up one of those bulls, how many tacos do you think you could make?
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Female 843
we had to watch a video on bullfighting in spanish class. i had to walk out of the room; it`s so sick that people do these things.
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Male 93
Spain seems pretty awesome..
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Female 4,039
It`s nice to know that all those people tried to show how cruel bullfighting is.

Too bad it will never change anything.

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Male 9,305
I`m not a fan of bullfighting either, if you`re going to kill an animal for sport (which I have strong feelings against in the first place) at least make the first blow the last.

Culture or not, it`s still killing something as a spectator sport.

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Male 17,511
"It IS barbaric and archaic."

Protesting like total douches is Barbaric and Archaic as well.

If you don`t like it don`t watch.

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Female 1,148
I would have protested.
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Male 7,839
@skaterboy17, and the normal way is just a torture and death sentence to the bull. either way there is death, but the bull is an unwilling participant so he shouldnt be the one who gets screwed over.
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Male 143
Idk, I enjoy the festival and it is a rich tradition. Its not like it`s spur of the moment, either way very vivid protesting.
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Male 25,416
wow!
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Male 4,745
muzloviti, who cares if the bulls are aggressive? It`s really not about that.

They are torturing and killing an animal, in from of a cheering crowd.

It IS barbaric and archaic.

When you take all the other factors out (some of which I agree with and some I don`t), it`s still torturing and animal, for fun. There is no way to make that seem "right".

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Male 153
I`m just gonna type drat and drating cause that now seems like the thing to do...and not comment on the pic. Because I can.
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Male 1,929
Mmmm.. Italian kebab sticks...
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Male 3,915
that single ass is the only reason this picture is worth viewing....
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Female 1,112
DGbM I drating hate PETA you troll. Get the drat outta here, I make up my own mind.
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Male 451
Most of you disconnected with reality idiots MUST be part of PETA. geesh you buncha pussies.
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Female 1,112
"The aggression of the bull has been maintained (or augmented, see above) by selective breeding"

That makes it right? Because they breed more aggressive bulls? That in itself is abuse in a sense that they are cultivating a beast simply to be killed in show. Naturally bulls aren`t as aggressive, so without human manipulation, everyone here is correct. These bulls have no chance.

"The fighting bull is characterized by its aggressive behaviour, especially when solitary or unable to flee"

So, the bull may or may not be aggressive in day to day pasture, but come time to kill it, you ensure it`s aggression by giving it no where to go and panicking it. Why are are you arguing this?

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Female 1,112
"This is how it is supposed to be done"

Do you know how difficult it is to hit that target. It rarely happens on the first strike. I certainly didn`t mention blood loss and I don`t know if anyone did, but my problem is that the "dance" is torture. Provoking, goading, terrifying in front of thousands of people screaming and shouting. It`s drating barbaric.

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Female 134
For those of you that say that the bulls are not aggressive, here. The bulls breed for the bullfighting ring are meant to be more aggressive, and the bulls breed for ranches are not. So they are totally different animals than your traditional breeding bull for a ranch, especially one breed for meat.
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Male 15,510
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Sir, I think we have a different Idea of what Sexy should be

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Male 699
not sexy
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Male 2,700
For those who say "its a slow death" for the bulls. There are those bullfighters who...for the sake of show "Dance with the bull" without striking once. After giving the crowd a good show the proffesional bullfighter can do a single strike just behind the base of the skull severing tthe spinal cord and dropping the bull in one hit. This is how it is supposed to be done. Not stabbing it 1000 times till it dies of bloodloss
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Female 1,112
"I just get tired of the arguments against it being about the "innocence""

Nonetheless, the bulls are not aggressive when left alone, typically. Sure they can be aggressive, and have tendency towards it due to their size and high levels of testosterone, but it`s still s legitimate point to make in saying, that the provoking of these aggressive tendencies for our entertainment is wrong.

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Female 169
Mmmm semi-naked people covered in spears and blood.... Oh so sexy....

not.

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Female 134
I was born and raised on a ranch. And I know what bulls are like during breeding season, and even after that they have the potential to be vicious. Also, I seem to remember that they choose the bulls, so they would choose to more vicious ones. I`m not condoning bullfighting, but I just get tired of the arguments against it being about the "innocence" of the animals, and not about solid reasons against it.
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Male 201
How the hell is that sexy?
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Female 1,112
"just stuff the animal and stand it in their den"

Just so we`re clear, there are times when taxidermy isn`t about sport hunting. My dad is an ex-mountie and he some animal control situations and as a result has a cougar, 2 bears, and a wolf. He also found a dead owl and a duck on the side of the road. Not to mention, the meat can be removed and the skin saved for taxidermy, and people eat just about everything including bear meat.

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Male 18
@muzloviti
Actually, I own one. Rather small, but big enough to know what the bulls are like. Of course, the bulls are raised to produce a meat.

Have you?

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Male 1,178
even if you don`t speak spanish it`s pretty obvious with some common sense what they are protesting. Seing as Taurus is the bull star sign, its probably going to be the same meaning as toros, not to mention the fact that they are all covered in blood and stabbed with spears...
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Male 2,688
I do not condone bull fighting because its a long slow death for the bull. But to bring it into the "killing for food" argument is stupid because bullfights are NOT killing for food. Its for sport. My belief is that if you are going to kill an animal, it should be to eat it. People who kill for sport and just stuff the animal and stand it in their den or mount it on their wall are the real problem. We are still animals. We need to eat other animals to properly sustain life and to keep the natural order.
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Male 10,440
I think its pretty obvious what they`re protesting, and I don`t speak Spanish.
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Female 134
Witchunter "The bulls are not agressive by nature."
Have you ever been on a ranch?
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Female 134
Just fyi, the bull can win the bullfight. It rarely happens, but if it does happen the bull is left alone and lives a long life in a good pasture.
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Female 1,112
"the bull isn`t tortured"

Chemicals or no chemicals. Adrenaline or no Adrenaline. Chance or no Chance. Make no mistake about it, that animal is panicked and fighting to stay alive in front of an audience for entertainment. As if stabbing it to death wasn`t enough, you add the screaming and cheering a thousands of spectators. How can you justify terrifying something so badly before it dies? Our usual meal type cows don`t even see it coming. You`ve been sucked in by some attempt to justify a long fancy death.

That being said, I hate pita and their tactics.

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Male 18
@xXKaryXx
The bulls are getting a chance? Are they? Think about it.

Slaugthering bulls for a food is a nature`s way of doing things. Every single second there are dozens of animals killed by predators who do it to feed themselves. And what are we but an advanced animals? Who gives us the right to torture animals by stabbing them and letting them die in pain before using them as a food?

It is not illegal yet because the human society is ignorant of their own faults and flaws. What about smoking? It is legal, yet it kills millions of people every year. And I am not talking about smokers, but passive smokers who die because of someone else`s fault.

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Female 291
No to bullfights.

famous protests.

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Female 3,574
@xXKaryXx uhm... I don`t understand the custom very well, but I don`t think the bull "has a chance" does it? I thought they killed it no matter what.
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Female 857
Lets see what happens when the matador doesn`t have a weapon to protect himself with.

I`d be more willing to watch it.

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Male 18
@patchouly
Exactly what I wanted to say. It truly doesn`t matter.

@Kougaiji
If you had a cancer and had only 3 months left to live, would you like someone to stab you every day till you die? I think not.

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Female 635
@witchunter yes i know what i said, and i did use to think that corridas are horrible, but the bull is getting a chance, not being shot with other animals with a bunch of chemicals injected. and its not like it happens every weekend, thats why there`s a season. Ranches are very careful on how they raise the bulls, and people gotta eat and get their meat for the carne asada the next day.

If it were THAT bad, it would be illeagal. like i said, the bull isn`t tortured. Before the corrida, it goes through a little maze of doors and before the last door there are people making noises and after that door it goes into the other noises which the crowd is making

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Male 4,745
Hmmm...It should also be noted that it doesn`t matter if the animal is tortured before it is brutally and savagely murdered in front of a cheering crowd.

There is a huge difference between a quick death at a slaughter house and a long, painful death in a ring.

It amazes me that folks can take pleasure in watching an animal be brutally murdered...

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Male 18
@xXKaryXx
Do you actually understand what you just said? They are taunting them in order to hurt them for the shear pleasure of the folks that enjoy watching this. What`s the point? Can`t you people find sources of entertainment other than mindless animal hurting. Those bulls would NOT hurt a single person were they not taunted and tortured. That`s the point of all of this. So in order to present the bull as aggressive and blood-thirsty to the public, those maniacs are taunting them.

Perhaps, if you tried to live your life in a bit different way and tried to view much larger scale of the world around you - you could live a life that is much more better than a bull`s life.

Animal torture in any way is pointless and cannot contribute to society whatsoever. Corridas are a traditional practice kept around because some folks do enjoy animal torture. The traditional practice was to burn every single man or woman that stated that the world is round. Should we keep that too?

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Female 247
umm are those people actually stuck with those spears or is it fake? If it`s real that looks like a giant orgy of blood born pathogens. Hopefully they`ve had all their shots.
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Male 5,189
hmmm....
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Male 604
We eat bulls anyway. Either they die playing with a matador, having a shot at getting vengeance; or it goes on a ranch with 50 other cattle per square meter.
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Male 587
Cowards have to push around a already hurt animal.. Why not put two matadors in there and let THEM fight to the death.. Or better yet fight the bull with your hands Pussies.
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Female 635
"Do not be ignorant of the animal abuse constantly done in corridas. You are saying the bull would kill the matador the first time he gets a chance. The bulls are not agressive by nature. They are molested and somewhat tortured before the battle in order to become agressive. This way the bull will try to express his anger on any moving object, which of course is a matador himself. The matador is brave, but stupid nonetheless."

i understand that it IS considered animal abuse, but those bulls are def not tortured. You maybe you got THAT from google, but i KNOW what goes on in corridas, since i grew up watching them and even gone to the ranches and where everything in the back of corridas is and let me tell you that those bulls are doing better than myself.

yes, to anger the bull they taunt them, but they don`t do anything to hurt them before the corrida

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Male 423
Corridas are sick...and mom always told me not to play with my food...
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Male 3,255
Yea, any cruelty for the sake of cruelty is a bad thing.

Also, drat tradition. Every day we advance humanity by a small bit. Clinging to tradition simply denies that advancement and says to the world; "I value my ignorance and abhor change."

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Male 4,745
I agree with you Witchunter. I`ve always loved seeing the matador get what`s coming to him. Rooting for the bull is a big part of how the rest of the world sees bull fighting.
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Male 18
@Boadicea
I totally agree with you.

@xXKaryXx
Do not be ignorant of the animal abuse constantly done in corridas. You are saying the bull would kill the matador the first time he gets a chance. The bulls are not agressive by nature. They are molested and somewhat tortured before the battle in order to become agressive. This way the bull will try to express his anger on any moving object, which of course is a matador himself. The matador is brave, but stupid nonetheless.

I must say I enjoy watching every time a bull severely hurts a matador, for any matador is an animal abuser and such people do make me sick.

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Male 4,745
Yeah, Bull Fighting is considered sick.

Who gives a crap how "brave" the matador is. He is stabbing a living animal to death. Not humane at all. Very cruel and archaic.

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Female 635
"Yeah I remember back in the good old days, slaves had it great! I mean, it was just tradition and culture, and they were raised for it. Hur durr."

How is that slavery? Were only using them to eat

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Female 635
"It`s not ridiculous at all and you`re an idiot. I don`t know if there`s a diff between bull-fighting and `the running of the bulls`, but in bull-fighting, the fight STARTS with the bull already stabbed and disadvantaged. It`s not brave what the matador does, it`s drating sick. Both are sick depraved excuses for sports and to defend either one is vomit-inducing.

You sir have induced vomit."

the bull isn`t stabbed before they release it

If a bull is injured BEFORE the corrida, they get another one. They use the healthiest and strongest that they`ve raised, some are even spared after the corrida, since it cannot be killed within los terceos.

the toreros aren`t being merciless like going from the back, they always run to the bull form the front, putting the sword on the spine.

I doubt that that is considered sick

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Female 1,412
its about bulls. : (
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Female 1,677
Yeah I remember back in the good old days, slaves had it great! I mean, it was just tradition and culture, and they were raised for it. Hur durr.
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Female 635
i don`t get what the point of going againts corridas de toros

we ARE going to eat the bull, and its a tradition, some even consider it art

the bulls used were especially raised to be part of this, so you can say they live a better life than most of us

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Female 1,677
"Goalie, comparing bull fighting to dog fighting is ridiculous. Bull fighting is about the matador being brave while HE "fights" the bull and I assure you that bull ain`t scared, he is pissed off and will kill the matador first chance he gets."

It`s not ridiculous at all and you`re an idiot. I don`t know if there`s a diff between bull-fighting and `the running of the bulls`, but in bull-fighting, the fight STARTS with the bull already stabbed and disadvantaged. It`s not brave what the matador does, it`s drating sick. Both are sick depraved excuses for sports and to defend either one is vomit-inducing.

You sir have induced vomit.

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Male 4,593
Now I`m hungry for tacos.
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Male 4,807
If I were a bull and had a choice to go straight to the slaughter house or, have a chance of injuring a human before being slaughtered. I think the answer would be obvious.
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Male 65
well actually if u ever seen a bullfight inreal ins kinda spectaculair but than again peopele enjoying the suffering of an animal is also verry whrong so il be neutral in this one
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Male 296
cobrakiller, without a weapon that would just be a death sentence. The bull would have 100% of the chance and you`d wind up with three dead Spaniards.
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Male 1,013
I agree with their protest. To stab them with arrow like objects and then taunt them until their death... I see no valor in that.
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Male 928
"I don`t make fun of PETA, I just recognize that they are worthless. Evolution says let the strong survive, not protect the weak by being a douche."

Um, you`re adding a normative tag to evolution. Evolution tells us facts about the universe, but those fact don`t, by themselves, entail anything about what we should do.

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Male 5,314
far from sexy
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Male 7,839
im with these people though, corridas de toro is awful. three matedores killing a bull with weapons is not entertainment, its just kind of sick and weird. now if they went in their with their bare hands against the bull; i`d watch that. because, then it is who would 3 men vs a bull with the bull having a chance.
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Male 418
not protesting running of the bulls... the purpose of that is for the bulls to have a chance to take out a few humans before they are sent to the death arena... which is what they are protesting the actual bullfighting. It is a slow torturous death, i really don`t like it either
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Male 451
Goalie, comparing bull fighting to dog fighting is ridiculous. Bull fighting is about the matador being brave while HE "fights" the bull and I assure you that bull ain`t scared, he is pissed off and will kill the matador first chance he gets.
Dog fighting is cruel and inhumane for sure.
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Male 10,338
I don`t make fun of PETA, I just recognize that they are worthless. Evolution says let the strong survive, not protect the weak by being a douche.
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Female 3,574
goaliejerry, I`ve never actually heard of Peta actually doing anything to help animals. I would rather donate money to a local shelter I can see is helping real animals.
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Female 9,584
Maybe the website on can help... Btw, Toros means bull, so they are prostesting bull fighting.
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Male 49
She`s protesting against the Running of the Bulls
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Female 315
They`re protesting bullfighting.
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Male 302
Ah, so fancy is into necrophilia. How... interesting.
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Male 4,014
And let me just say, while its "fashionable" to make fun of PETA these days, at least those people devote their efforts to defending the defenseless. You don`t have to laud their methods to be able to laud their goals.
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Male 121
it`s an anti-bullfighting demonstration. geez fancylad, ever heard of google translate?
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Male 3,619
boobies
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Male 493
Uh... sexy? Lots of dead, speared, bloody women is sexy now?
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Male 1,674
Is there a way we can stop allowing IAB be so lame? Seriously, that caption makes me feel stupid even coming to this site.
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Male 4,014
Bullfighting is primitive. To enjoy watching a person inflict slow painful death upon a terrified animal speaks only to the primal urges that lead to people cheering the wholesale slaughter of Christian prisoners and other undesirables in the ancient Rome.

We ban Dogfighting in the US, and we tear down prominent athletes who engage in it. Bullfighting is no more noble.

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Female 185
No fighting of the bulls!
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Male 35
My spanish is very, very rusty, but I believe this is a protest against bullfighting.
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Female 331
I believe its something to do with bulls. I remember seeing this pic somewhere on the interwebz.
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Male 36
Why exactly do you think being covered in blood is sexy?
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Female 96
I believe this is anti running with the bulls.

No = no.
Corridas = Some form of the verb to run.
Toros = Bulls

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Male 4,290
"No to the bull-run" I believe. Looks like PETA again.
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Male 2,551
...I can`t read spanish, but from the looks of the things sticking out of them, I`m guessing they`re protesting bullfighting.
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Female 245
She`s against bull fights.
And this isn`t sexy at all :/
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Male 504
They are protesting bull fighting. It is cruel. I can`t read the sign either.
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Female 833
no bull fighting.
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Female 254
"Say no to drugs" lol..nah jk..
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Male 451
and what is so hot about this pic???? the nice belly hanging out in front of the chick at the bottom or all the shirtless guys backs?
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Female 3,574
Uhm... I think they`re supposed to be dead bodies, so I wouldn`t really call that "hot"... unless you`re into that sorta thing.
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Female 46
"NO to the running of the Bulls."
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Male 48
its aboout bull fighting toros = bull
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Male 20,987
Link: Cutters In Underpants: Sexiest Protest Ever? [Pic] [Rate Link] - Honey, we don`t read Spanish so we really don`t know what the hell you`re against, but count us in on this hot protest.
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