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Vegan activist and OnlyFans star Tash Peterson opens up about topless protests in Perth

A notorious vegan activist and OnlyFans star has been candid about her topless protests and how the stunts have strengthened her relationship with her boyfriend.

Tash Peterson, dubbed the country’s biggest scourge by Western Australian authorities, has dealt with the law numerous times and caused a stir on the streets of Perth with her regular animal rights stunts.

She also shows off her body on the adult site OnlyFans to raise awareness for the cause among her growing fan base of nearly 10,000 followers.

But Ms. Peterson has the full support of friend Jack Higgs, who not only does her body painting, but also films her half-naked protests.

The outspoken activist makes no apologies for the extraordinary effort she puts in getting her message across, despite constant death threats, assault and countless court hearings.

“I use my body to raise awareness for people who lack physical autonomy, whether it’s topless or nearly naked, and I think it does an excellent job of raising awareness for animals,” Ms. Peterson told The Project.

Tash Peterson (pictured) regularly makes headlines with her topless and half-naked protests

Tash Peterson (pictured) regularly makes headlines with her topless and half-naked protests

She insists her boyfriend has no problem showing off her body in public and on OnlyFans.

“It’s known as a porn platform, but I’ve used it as a way to earn money to do what I want to do full-time for animal rights,” she said.

‘He doesn’t see it as cheating and’ supports me for do what I want to do with my body.

Higgs admits he understands why other men would worry about their girlfriends exposing their bodies.

“Seeing Tash half-naked or even completely naked with lingerie on in public, I can imagine that would be difficult for some boyfriends,” he said.

“But I found it very strengthening for our relationship.”

“It might have been a little weird at first. We weren’t sure, but we realized there was nothing wrong with it.’

“It’s an expression of Tash’s body and she uses it confidently, so I admire that.”

Jack Higgs (left) has no problem with partner Tash Peterson showing off her body in public

Jack Higgs (left) has no problem with partner Tash Peterson showing off her body in public

Mr Higgs is a vegan himself.

“There’s a lot of public reaction, so I want to be there for that,” he said.

But Tash is a strong person and she wants me to step back and record everything.”

“I want to be there and expose everything that’s going on, because this is because this kind of public backlash is something that we also want to expose.

Ms. Peterson also shared a softer and more vulnerable side, admitting that she didn’t always enjoy being the center of attention.

“People think I’m loud and outspoken because I’m an activist, but the real me and the me as a kid was very quiet and shy,” she said.

I wanted to be with animals and didn’t care about being around other people.’

Ms. Peterson spoke of the death threats and shocking abuse she receives online every day, not only from men but also from women.

“I’ve called every name under the sun, from aw**** to s**t and s***k,” she said.

“I was told to kill myself. I’ve even had direct threats from people who said they would come to my house and rape and kill me.’

She has also had animal bodies and feces thrown in her driveway after her address and phone number were posted online.

Jack Higgs paints his partner's body for a half-naked protest at a Perth McDonalds

Jack Higgs paints his partner’s body for a half-naked protest at a Perth McDonalds

Notorious vegan activist (pictured) is on OnlyFans to raise awareness about animal rights

Notorious vegan activist (pictured) is on OnlyFans to raise awareness about animal rights

Ms. Peterson has been no stranger to controversy since her immediate decision to stop eating meat and become a vegan at age 23 after a documentary changed her life five years ago.

Her antics have led police and policy makers in WA to describe her as ‘Australia’s worst plague’.

Ms. Peterson has been fined several times for her semi-naked demonstrations she performed in designer stores, restaurants and supermarkets.

Last August, she marched topless through a Louis Vuitton store in Perth while smeared with her own menstrual blood. who saw her later fine of $3,500 by a Perth magistrate.

The activist has also dressed up as a cow and demonstrated in the meat department of supermarkets, barged the field at an AFLW game and donned a blood-soaked apron while yelling at customers at a KFC and Coles.

She was also on trial for a December 2020 protest at the Boatshed Markets in Cottesloe, where she also appeared shirtless, with her chest painted in a cow pattern, and shouted at shoppers that cows were being raped for meat and dairy.

Tash Peterson's regular half-naked and topless stunts in Perth are filmed by her boyfriend

Tash Peterson’s regular half-naked and topless stunts in Perth are filmed by her boyfriend

She and her partner were also thrown out of an IGA supermarket in southern WA earlier this year for refusing to wear a face mask, calling her treatment an “injustice” and a violation of her “human rights.”

She told Daily Mail Australia at the time that they were ‘blindsided’ by Prime Minister Mark McGowan’s face mask as they entered the store, as they hadn’t seen many people wearing them and eating in a cafe days before that they didn’t need to. them.

She recently led a semi-naked demonstration in Perth’s Hay Street Mall, where she refused to call the police who asked her to cover her chest which was only covered in pink body paint.

Ms. Peterson has warned everyone that her brushstrokes with the law aren’t going to end anytime soon.

“There will be a lot of criminal charges in the future and so many lawsuits after that, giving me a platform to spread my message for animals,” she told The Project.

I will continue until I really can until the day I die, I want to keep standing up for animals.

“I hope animals are freed much sooner so that I don’t have to do it for the rest of my life.”

Tash Peterson (pictured as a child) says she's also very quiet and shy, unlike her outspoken personality portrayed in public

Tash Peterson (pictured as a child) says she’s also very quiet and shy, unlike her outspoken personality portrayed in public

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