Bonnie-Jill Laflin in a PETA ad
against animals used in rodeos.
PETA — People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals — has been getting
a lot of celebrities on board recently for their new ad campaigns dealing
with a variety of animal-rights/ethical issues. And, evidently, those
issues have something to do with people taking their clothes off.
But I will admit the ads are drawing a lot of attention. And let's face
it, that's the point of advertising anyway — right?
The photos shown below are all of women, but men have climbed aboard
too. Dennis Rodman for example. You gotta wonder who at PETA thought
that Dennis would be a good spokesman for anything. But I guess I have
to give Rodman kudos for trying to help out.
One of the more "controversial" ones.
Funny, looks okay to me. In fact it
looks VERY okay to me.
I guess they must have copped the idea
for this one from Moulin Rouge.
Except for the dog, of course.
That reminds me, I need to stop by the
grocery and pick up a rump roast for
this Sunday's dinner.
Dita von Teese.
I love this one. And I don't know
who Dita is, but I'm definitely going
to research a bit further.
And lastly, one of P.M.P.I.'s favorite and
most frequently talked-about babes joins in.
In all honesty, Holly was already naked way
before the PETA campaign started.
So it was probably no BFD.