Do nude celebrity PETA ads make any difference?


Alicia Silverstone is the latest celebrity to strip down to nothing for PETA in their latest anti-wool campaign that has the 90’s star baring her rear-end.

Holly Madison, Katrina Smirnoff, Eva Mendes, Kym Johnson, Dennis Rodman, Olivia Munn and plenty of other stars posed for promos for People for Ethical Treatment of Animals. But do these attention-grabbing ads make any difference?

PETA is confident that the nude ads spread the word.

“For decades, PETA has been using beautiful, sexy ads to convey a serious message and turn heads in order to open hearts. And it’s certainly working. In less than 24 hours, on Facebook alone, Alicia Silverstone’s gorgeous “I’d Rather Go Naked Than Wear Wool” ad led more than 350,000 people to watch her video on how sheep are killed, punched, stomped on, and cut up. From Hollywood A-listers to everyday men and women who promote vegan eating by showing off their fit bodies, we find that when people get naked, others pay attention to the plight of animals used for food, fashion, or entertainment.”

Source: Do nude celebrity PETA ads make any difference?

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  1. Chris November 23, 2016

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