Please ask NIH to cut taxpayer funding for sex experiments on animals!
Take ActionDear supporter,
The National Institutes of Health (NIH)—the country's single largest funder of experiments on animals—has lamented the 5 percent budget cut it has faced this year, but it actually appears that the organization has more money than it knows what to do with.
PETA recently discovered dozens of bizarre, stomach–churning NIH–funded sexual behavior studies in which experimenters cut into animals' skulls and destroy the sexual pleasure area of their brains, inject them with drugs, sexually excite them, observe their sexual activity, and even mutilate their genitals. The rats, mice, hamsters, and other animals tormented in these projects are then killed and dissected.
NIH has squandered tens of millions of your tax dollars on these depraved, ongoing sex experiments at well–known institutions such as Johns Hopkins University, Boston University, the University of California–Berkeley, and the University of Michigan.
Please help PETA end this obscene cruelty by asking NIH to cut taxpayer funding for sex experiments on animals.
Thank you for everything that you do for animals!
Laboratory Investigations Department
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