Peta, forevermore trolling your conscience, has a video – part nude-Evelyn being set up and prepped for her photo shoot, part animal cruelty – that may…or may not… be of interest to you.
Either way, it’s below for your convenience.
Either way, Lozada – star of some little-known reality TV show – looks great.
This shoot is coming on the heels of Wendy Williams’ nude Peta campaign… so I’m just curious: what’s going on? Comparing animal cruelty to the slave trade is more like Peta’s style. Why does the flurry of women of color – especially these two, right now… and it’s sad that two of us is what it takes for me to feel like there’s a “flurry” – feel so weird to me?
Porn is porn. I remember when people were in an uproar about the Calvin Klein jeans ads. All I know is if a PETA member throws paint on my fur, I’m gonna need bail money and a new passport. Just sayin’.
^^^^Exactly. Plus these are people that I don’t respect so..Fack ’em!
Seeing naked people has never gotten my frontal cortex working to where I actually change my behaviour or innermost beliefs about something; I’m not against nakedness, but they’re using it just to get views, but the extra views come from wanting to see naked women, not actively thinking about the logical and factual reasons for why fur (or any other cause promoted through, *yawn* more naked women). If Johnny Depp came up to me buck naked and said vote Republican, I’d be like, why? I need some reasons to change my personal beliefs, not just a tummy-flutter.
Mmm…Johnny Depp naked…um…I have to go to the bathroom. LOL
I’m co-signing with the first 2 responses. In fact, I got my fur out of storage today. It’s easy to protest fur – its seasonable and forgettable from April – November. If you are protesting fur (aka Wendy & Evelyn), go all the way and stop wearing leather and suede shoes, bags, coats, pants and skirts. Go vegan. I could go on but I need to hang up my coat. Leave the rest of us alone and put your clothes back on.
I am not the least bit impressed with PETA. I don’t wear fur because I fell out of love with the seasonal attire. But I am a firm believer that others should wear what their money affords them. Throwing paint and nudity for the sake of a cause is not high class. Those air brushed to death quasi nude pictorials are low class to no class at best. Anyone posing for such trash should get a life. If you have seen one nude body you have seen them all. People who are easily led will find the antics of PETA as heroic. Throwing paint and porn is just a penny masquerading as a dime. There!! I said it.
I’m with Erica! Stop the madness and manipulation. We they take off the leather pumps, I will consider taking off my fur, the warmest coat I own….well, no I won’t! Just making a point of their absurd contradictions!
Disclaimer: I am a strict vegan (at least I try to be, I do have things with refined sugar on occasion which uses bone char during the refining process), a member of PETA and several other groups. I’ve never thrown paint on anyone but I have attended protests and I do give talks on what a lot of ethical and environmental vegans believe. That being said, I think the adverts are effective, the whole goal is to get people talking.I choose to believe that a lot of people are not heartless but just ignorant as to what goes on in these industries. The toll it takes on these animals and the environment is absolutely wretched so hopefully a lot of you will look into where your things come from and the true cost of this seasonal wear. I recommend the movie “Earthling” to those who may be interested.
Eh. I don’t really have any feelings on this advert one way or another. I generally disagree with PETA’s methods of protest and try to ignore them since I personally think they do more harm than good in raising awareness against animal cruelty. The fact that there are WoC celebrities that are posing for this doesn’t make me feel any kind of way at all either. I suppose it’s easy to support a cause when you don’t have to actually “do” anything.
I think PETA has to show naked people in order to get attention, because sex sells? And the average meat-eater, and fur wearer would not read, or look at PETA information if it makes them feel guilty about animal cruelty. People avoid things unpleasant to look at.
So PETA throws in some naked people, because that isn’t unpleasant to look at. I mean, I did watch this PETA video because the woman was gorgeous as hell, and looks great naked. And then I was shocked by the horrifying image of animals being beat, choked, and skinned alive. If there wasn’t naked gorgeous woman to look at, I much doubt I would click on a PETA ad at all.
Let’s face it…if you want to get people’s attention use an attractive person. And if they can get naked then you will have a whole lot of people listening to what you have to say.
All I have to say is that I am jealous of that woman’s body. Although I won’t be going vegan any time soon. And I don’t wear fur, because I am too broke to do so.
From what I understand, PETA is making shaming the Black community, especially the more famous women, a TOP priority. They’ve been harassing Mary J Blige and Aretha Franklin for years over their use of fur. They planned a protest at Obama’s first inauguration, but probably noted the sheer volume of Black folks in mink coats and thought better of it.
I hate PETA. They have known terrorists practices and they kill more animals than they save. They use women’s bodies to further their agenda and compare fur/meat eating to human slavery… they are just a disgusting organization and I’m ashamed I was ever a supporter of their efforts.
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