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Tuesday, September 13, 2011

PETA's Anti-Fur Campaign

 People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) is an American animal rights organization based in Norfolk, Virginia, and led by Ingrid Newkirk, its international president. A non-profit corporation with 300 employees and two million members and supporters, it claims to be the largest animal rights group in the world.
Its slogan is "animals are not ours to eat, wear, experiment on, or use for entertainment."

 Celebrities  Posing for PETA's Anti-Fur Campaign


Reality TV star Khloe Kardashian spurred airbrush rumors after flaunting her exposed figure in an ad for PETA.

Australian dancer Kym Johnson(36),known for sexy, flesh-baring costumes on ABC's Dancing with the Stars,stripped down naked for PETA's latest campaign fighting animal testing.

Actor George Clooney's Italian girlfriend, Elisabetta Canalis, has bared all for a new anti-fur campaign for the animal rights group PETA

Alicia Silverstone

Betheny Frankel

'Karate Kid''s Taraji P. Henson bare all for PETA

 Karina Smirnoff bare all for PETA

Olivia Hunn bare all for PETA

 Pamela Anderson's new vegetarian campaign for PETA

 Zara "Layla" Kayleigh

Stephanie Pratt teamed up with peta2, the young adult division of the animal rights organization, to encourage people to never buy personal-care and household products which are tested on animals

Justin Beiber

PETA's trademark "Lettuce ladies

Joanna Krupa is not afraid to show off a little skin.Krupa appears nude, sporting only angel wings and a strategically placed crucifix in a new PETA ad with the tagline, 'Be an angel for animals,' encouraging pet lovers to adopt.

Christian Serratos bares it all for a PETA ad.

''Dancing with the Stars''stunner Karina Smirnoff may sport some flashy costumes on stage, but she would rather dance naked than wear fur off stage

'Third Watch' actress Nia Long shows how to beat the morning commute... by riding the rails in the buff!

'Girls Next Door' star Holly Madison showed off her curves in this ad, released in April 2007

Olympic swimmer Amanda Beard stripped down for an anti-fur ad in 2008

Sunny Leone appearing in PETA's latest ad campaign urging her fans to practice animal birth control. Seductively staring with a Dog the poster says, Birth Control Dogs need it too

Model Sophie Barrett, painted with a butchers diagram, is asked to cover herself up by police after posing semi-nude in front of photographers and the general public at Piccadilly Circus in London. She also held a poster reading: "All Animals Have the Same Parts" to mark World Week for the Abolition of Meat

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