28
Feb
08

PETA is Bringing Subtlety Back to the Art of Protest

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PETA’s always had a kind of nervous habit as far as public nudity goes… and by nervous habit I mean young cute naked chicks. Mostly interns, according to PETA’s official site.

You know, I think every company and organization should try and find a way to incorporate nudity into company literature and promotion. Personally, I’m kind of tired of getting pre-approved credit card offers from a business that can’t even manage to talk an easily influenced girl into public nudity.  And what about those people standing around on street corners asking for money to stop global warming?  Just think about it.  Or pizza delivery?  Or the DMV?

And don’t even get me started on Victoria’s Secret. That place is just completely missing the point.
Slightly back on track, PETA doesn’t just get college freshman, they get celebrities naked too – like Alicia Silverstone, Eva Mendes, Steve-O [Yeah, no link there wise guy] Sophie Monk

B-List celebrities aside, PETA’s real legacy, aside from all the actual work it does, are all the averagely cute girls and the occasional stand-out gymnast, vegan, pure-bundle-of-positive, um, hotness that they get to pose. Naked. Here.

Now, I’m going to go heat up some To-Furky…

Because I’m cool like that.

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3 Responses to “PETA is Bringing Subtlety Back to the Art of Protest”


  1. 1 mike
    December 24, 2008 at 2:08 pm

    I’m pretty sure I saw this in person during the summer last year. Does anyone know if this protest was in Providence, RI?

  2. April 16, 2010 at 2:15 am

    So brave! Very inspiring though!

    NBC
    Myveganday.wordpress.com

  3. 3 mrJwaD
    June 7, 2010 at 3:47 am

    PETA uses beautiful young people because we are supposed to think about abusing and eating human animals. It would be imaginable to eat these beauties, but my very feeling of attraction to them prevents me. If PETA used old and ugly people I would be much more willing to eat them, but I probably would lose my appetite just looking at them and just imagining eating them that they would be safe too. So for now all the humans are safe from my hunger…but hard times are coming and we all will get a lot hungrier.


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