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Naked beauty queens against fur

Posted by Tom Megginson | 14-06-2013 00:15 | Category: Animal rights



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PETA is up to it again, gaining easy publicity (yes, I get the irony that I’m posting it here) by convincing women to appear nude in their ads. This time, it’s Miss USA pageant winners Susie Castillo, Shandi Finnessey, Shanna Moakler, and Alyssa Campanella.

“I was so disgusted that I would wear this skin of this living being on my body and consider myself beautiful,” Ms. Finnessey says in the press release. “What would happen if that happened to a human being? We would be outraged. So what’s the difference?”

No animals were exploited in the making of this ad. Well, maybe one species.

Yes, I am cynical. Video below:


Don’t bother pausing and zooming. Their nipples and genitals have been removed “in post”, making them look like sexless Barbie dolls.

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Weird.

 


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