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Is Iams Dog Food Subtly Promoting Bestiality?

By Eowyn @DrEowyn

Iams is a well-known brand of dog food and cat food, both dry and canned, manufactured by Procter & Gamble.

In a TV commercial for Iams dog food, a female soldier comes home from her deployment and is greeted by her dog, a man-sized Irish wolf hound.

They lovingly embrace.

Then the woman lies down on the ground, parts her legs, and the man-sized dog lies on top of her.



Have you ever watched a TV commercial, music video, or movie being made?

Every camera shot is carefully planned and thought out before hand, which means the images above of dog lying on top of woman who has her legs spread wide open, are not accidental.

Iams could have chosen a man with a dog, but they chose a young woman.

Iams could have chosen a young woman with a cute little terrier, but they chose a HUGE man-sized Irish wolf hound.

Iams did all that, purposefully and deliberately.

Here’s Rev. James David Manning pointing all this out. He thinks Iams is sending a subtle message for bestiality. He is calling us to boycott Iams.

Some of the commenters on the video’s YouTube site are calling Dr. Manning, not Iams, “a pervert” for even thinking of this about the TV commercial.

What do you think?

H/t FOTM’s joworth

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