Animal rights group PETA criticized Jane Carter for allegedly striking one of several pugs she and Aaron Carter had driven with in Florida just before he was hospitalized for exhaustion. Theme park has come under fire for years over its treatment of captive mammals. Alec Baldwin and Kim Basinger's model daughter explains why she's fur-free. Actor was asked to shoot a questionable scene while filming Good Time. News can exclusively reveal the late red carpet icon's partnership with animal rights organization. Actor partnered with the animal rights organization for Valentine's Day.
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By David K. PETA launched an anti-wool campaign on Sunday with a Times Square video billboard showing a woman scratching her crotch while a male version of that spot got shot down as too racy, the radical animal rights group said. PETA had hoped to run a second spot showing a man in a similar pose — although his unzipped PJs appeared to be cut low enough to show his pubic hair — that ad was deemed unacceptable. Another spot, nearby at Broadway, is expected to debut later this month.
Pam Anderson Strips, Get Naked in Sexy Valentine’s Day Video for PETA: Pictures
As PETA's anti-fur ads come to an end, take a look back at all the stars, from Bethenny Frankel to Pamela Anderson, who have stripped down to advocate for animal rights. The rising model, 22, followed in her mom Kim Basinger's footsteps by posing nude for PETA after she became one of the first stars to strip down in a statement against fur back in The Emmy-award winner is the most recent celebrity to strip down in the name of PETA's anti-fur campaign. Anderson wears nothing but a smile and cat ears to support the animal-rights organization's message: "I'd rather go naked than wear fur.
Subscriber Account active since. Free subscriber-exclusive audiobook! PETA has become notorious for its shocking — and often offensive — ad campaigns. As an activist non-profit, PETA doesn't have to worry much about making people angry, and they often thrive on it. Whether it's using sex, graphic images or exploiting tragic news events, it's all meant to grab your attention — by any means necessary.