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Because zombies are people too

Posted in books and stories, fashion, movies and television by Kaitlin on November 10, 2009

The zombie rights issue is very controversial and hard to navigate. Here are some basic facts you need to understand the problem:

1. Zombies are not the enemy. They are living impaired people who want to be accepted despite their problem. Instead of killing the next zombie you see, try giving him or her a hug.

2. Zombies are not pets. The living impaired deserve to be treated humanely. Don’t make the infected mow your lawn, and if you go on a walk, do not force them to wear leashes.

3. Zombies have emotions. They can fall in love and be emotionally abused just like any one of us. So, don’t make fun of their situation.

We must remember: on a genetic level they are humans and they still have the capacity for emotions. If you’d like to support the cause, ThinkGeek has instructions on leading a Zombie Protest along with this T-shirt:

UPDATE: For a zombie friendly political party, check out:

The Changed at itsjustzombies.com. It’s not the end of the world. It’s just zombies.

The Zombie Rights Campaign Life includes ‘undead existence.’