New Topless Campaign For PETA
Update Mar 10: It's time for the next step in the ongoing PeTA “I’d Rather Go Naked” campaign. This time seven ladies from Rick's Cabaret NYC have gone topless for PETA. Radar Online contacted PETA to see of the new topless campaign meant the group was backing down from full-on nudity — but a spokesperson confirmed this was just an off-shoot. Source Ecorazzi
Update Feb 1: Did you see that awesome peta commercial Veggie Love that was banned by Super Bowl? No? Ok, look here for that banned ad, which is only a little erotic, a little sensual, ok, may be a little sexy.
Update Jan 16: May be you know Patricia Arquette is playing psychic Allison Dubois on the NBC hit drama Medium But may be you didn't know Patricia is concerned and that she sees animal homelessness as a serious problem worldwide.
That's why the Emmy Award–winning actor posed beside the tagline "Envision a World With No Homeless Dogs or Cats" in PETA's beautiful new ABC ad. Source
Update Dec 23: Always nice to see how PeTA is making some noice around the holidays. See these nice Christmas Girls. Their signs tell the storie.
Update Dec 16: Guess what who is next to go nude for PeTA. Khloe Kardashian.
If you've ever watched Keeping Up With the Kardashians—and who hasn't?—you've probably noticed that Khloe can be the most outspoken of the Kardashian clan. She's never afraid to tell it like it is, and that's why we're so proud to have her speak up about fur. As you may have guessed, she's so against fur that she'd rather go naked!
Update Dec 3: What to think of this? PeTa is famous for there ad campains and of course they have a You Tube account. Ok, the videos they add are full of animal cruelty and yes, lots of stars go naked for PeTa. I would say in a decent way. Nice photography. Never seen anything too hot !
But now You Tube has problems with PeTA, see this article on their blog:
Like pretty much everyone else on the planet, we at PETA have a YouTube account. Unlike (most) other accounts, we use ours to broadcast and share PETA's funny and provocative ads and public service announcements. Turns out that some of our ads may have been a little too hot for TV YouTube.
After uploading our "Sexy Celebs" video—which features some of our best, hottest, and "nakedest" celebrity ads—we found that, within the week, the video had been rejected and our account temporarily suspended. Oops! Sorry, YouTube! We knew that PETA's ads are often too hot for TV—but we didn't know that you would object to a little friendly side-boob too!
Though YouTube might not be too happy with our video (maybe we'll work on one using burkas soon), we're still more than happy to show it to you if you promise to pass it on. Behold—a video you won't find anywhere else!
It's not just side-boob that YouTube has recently banned. They have also banned other videos of ours in the past, including our (actually pretty tame) "When I Grow Up" video and footage from our Turkey Farm Investigation. Give them a look and judge for yourself! Do you think YouTube was right to ban these videos? Posted by Sean Conner, Source: PeTA Blog
Fur is dead. That is the story PeTA is telling us every time. But there is still fur in our society and there is a lot of animal crualty.
Christine Dolce also know as ForBiddeN is a big fan of PeTA and The Queen of MySpace did a second photoshoot for the next PeTA-campaign. See the picture.
This is really a great timing. In Asia multitalented gorgeous Aya posed before dozens of photographers and television cameras in one of the first Japanese campaigns by PETA Asia-Pacific. She went naked for animals abused for the fur industry. And Vogue released the cover of the October issue with three models wearing a Mongolian goat, coyote, and fox skins and fur. The models are pictured in the natuaral habitat of these animals. In high heels. Source and more pictures
Vogue calls it High Natural, i would say High Cruelty. "Fur? I'd Rather Go Naked,"
Holding a sign reading, "Fur? I'd Rather Go Naked," gorgeous Aya posed before dozens of photographers and television cameras in one of the first Japanese campaigns by PETA Asia-Pacific.
Amanda Beard, the beautifull American swimstar switched her mind after fears for her safety in China. This is the next example of the freedom of speech in China. The PeTA campaign to give attention to the Chinese fur industry is cancelled. So yesterday Amanda showed the planned advertisement and that's it.
Besides the complete idiot idea of creating official protest zones, nothing is allowed in China. Even the U.S. cyclists which arrived in Beijing wearing the high-tech masks against the air-pollution have made an official apologize. For what?
U.S. swimming star Amanda Beard was scheduled to unveil this sexy anti-fur ad today in Beijing on behalf of animal rights group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA). The ad follows the familiar PETA campaign tactic of featuring nude celebrities who say they’d rather be naked than wear fur.
But authorities apparently feared for the safety of the gold medalist and her entourage. A news conference scheduled for 10 a.m. at the Pangu Plaza Hotel near the Olympic Green was canceled at the last minute, according to a PETA representative who had organized the event. Read whole article on Wall Street Journal
See also: Amanda Beard
Here is another remarkeble ad with Eva Mendes for PeTA, also banned, but this time in the US. What is wrong with everybody. It seems to me this is the perfect way to atract attention to animal cruelty. What should be the reason? Too nude?? No idea, see the picture.
There's a lot of buzz on the interwebs about Eva Mendes' Calvin Klein ad that showed so much skin, it's been banned from U.S. television. I just wanted to remind the world that before Eva revealed her smoldering body for CK (a designer who WON'T use fur, by the way), she bared it all for the animals. Not only do PETA and CK share a friendship with Eva and a dislike of fur—PETA has also had one or two ads banned from TV in our day. Source PeTA