Criminalize Cruel ‘Crush’ Videos in the Philippines

Target: Embassy of the Philippines

Goal: Criminalize fetish videos of animal cruelty in the Philippines

Currently, there are not many laws in the Philippines to protect animals against abuse. However, an upcoming bill proposal  would criminalize activity involving crush videos, the sadistic fetish films that involve torturing and killing small animals such as puppies, kittens, and rabbits. Animal abuse is neither sexy nor acceptable. Please urge the Embassy of the Philippines to exercise compassion towards these innocent creatures and approve the upcoming animal protection bill.

Crush videos involve participants (who are often scantily clad women in high heels) inflicting excruciating, fatal injuries on small animals such as puppies, kittens, and rabbits. The participant typically stomps the helpless creature until its bowels and internal organs protrude through gaping wounds and the animal dies a horrible and painful death. Sometimes the participant tortures the creature for long periods of time, forcing the point of a heel into the eyes of the animal or cutting off body parts until the animal dies from its injuries. These videos are a new form of sexual fetish gaining popularity in Thailand. A new bill would support legislation to criminalize activity involving these videos, such as the production of, distribution of, or sale of these films. If the bill is approved, violators could pay a decent fine and serve prison time of up to seven years.

It’s time to tell the Philippines that animal torture is never sexy nor acceptable. Please urge the Embassy of the Philippines to criminalize any behavior involving crush videos and approve the upcoming bill proposed to protect these innocent, gentle creatures.


Dear Embassy of the Philippines,

Crush videos have been gaining popularity in the Philippines as a violent and demonic sexual fetish. Crush videos involve the barbaric abuse of small defenseless animals such as puppies, kittens, and rabbits, by participants who stomp the animals to death or torture them for long periods of time. Please support the upcoming bill proposal that would procect these innocent creatures from the horrific abuse that some people find sexy.

Crush videos typically involve participants slowly murdering small, fuzzy animals. Participants sometimes stomp the creatures until their bowels and internal organs protrude from the body and the animal dies. Sometimes the animal is subjected to heinous torture such as being set on fire while still alive, having limbs and body parts viciously cut off, or skinning the animal alive.  No matter the form of torture, this activity is both barbaric and entirely inhumane.

Please support the bill that would criminalize the production, distribution, and sales of these horrific animal deaths. Make animal abusers suffer the consequences of a decent fine and appropriate prison time. Pass the upcoming bill that will protect animals in the Philippines from this heinous, disgusting from of sexual gratification.


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  1. Irina Kiselyova says:

    This WORLD IS SICK ! I am sick and tired of the evils committed by humans!!!

  2. these sick thugs need to be tortured how they did the animals. No mercy medical attention,and made sure they die. There needs to be
    strict laws against this kind of sick abuse.Anyone who condones this just as
    guilty as the ones doing it. This has nothing to do with anyones rights.This
    is just an excuse for cruel,calloused,porno.sickos to be abusive.They need to
    be done away with.

  3. Cecily Colloby says:

    Simply beyond belief…. these depraved and sadistic monsters should be tortured slowly to death-the longer it takes, the better.

  4. sara smith says:

    Is this petition FOUR years old now? Isn’t it pretty unethical to be still displaying it when there’s obviously no intention of presenting it? I’ll be stopping signing your petitions altogether unless you address this, which seems to me merely a way of collecting email addresses.

    I have just sent this message to Force Change. I think somebody is taking the piss here.

  5. Unbelievably cruel and coward act picking on innocent harmless animals! Shame on the Phillipines! These low-life filths are a complete disgrace to their own country. I truly hope that the government would quickly address the dire situation and end this ridiculous barbaric fetish of its people because as of now no animal is safe! Philippines you have upset so many animal lovers from all over the world and I certainly detest having your people in my country.

  6. this is unacceptable now for the great animals to be killed for this now. death to all turds who do this to hell now.

  7. sarah furno says:

    evil people, breaks my heart

  8. let’s crush the freaks involved with making and viewing these

  9. The Philepinnes are pour and they need help. But they are so cruel to
    this pour animals. So maybe it is your punishment from God until you

  10. What is it with Philippinoes? If they’re not subjecting children to sexual assaults, they’re torturing animals – for fun. This sick race needs to be exterminated – they serve no purpose.

  11. Ariel Valyo, DVM says:

    This kind of behavior is so totally sick!! And the people who fuel this industry are even sicker. PLEASE put a stop to this unspeakable cruelty.

  12. Alice Knight says:

    We need to stop this delusional, self-gratifying way of thinking that everything on earth is created for us and is at our disposal. We are only a component of this world. We need to understand, respect, show kindness to everything that is here. This form of sexual fetish is an atrocity in ways that are incomprehensible. It is such a violent act against another living being. These individuals kill for self-pleasure. Not everything humans do or want to do make it right. As a society are we afraid to say “NO”

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