PETA’s latest “We’d rather go naked than wear fur” campaign has gotten much attention, particularly from the non-fur wearing gender: men.
With endorsers like Pamela Anderson and Pilipino model Alicia Mayer, both apparent fans of silicone, the campaign phrase is hardly a surprise. When you have devoted your life to “beautifying” yourself for the purpose of exploiting your fake assets all over the media, it is hardly surprising that the only way you can think of making a point is by getting naked.
Pamela Anderson boldly touts her affiliation with PETA and her commitment by removing her clothes for the cause. As someone who has been removing her clothes for years, for no apparent reason at all, this move hardly represents Anderson’s commitment.
Oddly, I have only seen women willing to remove their clothes for their furry friends. Considering that the majority of folks who wear fur are women, I’m wondering why PETA hasn’t attempted to get more men involved. Do they honestly think a collection of naked former playmates and models is really going to get the point across to fur-wearing women? It would seem that the only attention the PETA girls are attracting, is that of men; namely men of the red-blooded persuasion, or those with a penis.
Yes, once again, Anderson has impressed us with her intelligent business sense. It’s obvious that this marketing ploy was as well thought out by the two-time divorcee as her last 4 month long marriage. Unsurprisingly, it somehow escaped Anderson that the real challenge to her PETA devotion would have been to keep her clothes ON.
With such hits as Baywatch, Barb Wire and Striperella, one would have expected more from the make-up loving, peroxide obsessed, mother of two. Want to really show your commitment to animals, remove your totally unnatural breast implants. Better yet, Anderson, why not stop wearing make-up? Sure it says that it wasn’t tested on animals, but then you can’t believe everything you read. Make-up is tested somewhere. I’m sure Anderson doesn’t volunteer her face for that project.
Having said all of that, Anderson, along with many of the women eager to disrobe for PETA, are merely pawns in the organization allegedly committed to the humane treatment of animals. If PETA really cared about these animals, wouldn’t they actually try and reach those wearing fur? Or obtain and disseminate accurate information? Wouldn’t they stop creating lies about companies like KFC and focus their energy on REAL injustices? One would think.
I guess as long as you can have women like Anderson to take their clothes off, who cares about anything else?