Apparently, in Times Square, you can find the following:

Quoting PETA’s press release:

Williams, who once wore mink and fox fur, had a change of heart after learning from PETA about the cruel ways in which animals are raised and killed for their fur. “We should all try to be comfortable in our own skin and let animals keep theirs,” says Wendy.

Wendy also encourages people who have fur coats to donate them to PETA so that they can be given to the homeless. PETA is working with shelters in Wendy’s home state of New Jersey on coat drives this winter—something that is in great demand as the numbers of needy and displaced people have increased following Hurricane Sandy.

Wendy can now count herself among Taraji P. Henson and Waka Flocka Flame as celebrities who’ve publicly stated they’d rather be stark naked in Times Square next to the Jumbotron… than wear fur.

From USA Today:

“We should all try to be comfortable in our own skin and let the animals keep theirs,” says Williams, 48, who once wore real mink and fox but doesn’t anymore. “I don’t really think that fur is the mark of success anymore. As a decent person, with compassion, it just seems like the right thing to support.”

No, Williams said she isn’t worried about having a little “jiggle” as she exposes herself, because she says that’s what separates the women from the men. And besides, she added, “jiggle is sexy.”

Indeed. Carpe diem, I suppose.

Thoughts?