For several years now, PETA has been running an advertising campaign called “I’d rather go naked than wear fur,” which has always fascinated me for two reasons: 1. I’m a human being with eyes, and the campaign involves taking naked pictures of up-and-coming Hollywood starlets who have reached a highly specific pinnacle in their careers where they’re too successful for Maxim frathouse-nude cover shoots but aren’t quite successful enough for Vanity Fair artful-nude cover shoots, and 2. Because fur is ridiculously expensive, so this entire campaign is essentially about incredibly beautiful rich people telling equally rich but probably less beautiful people, “If you were as genetically perfect as me, you wouldn’t have to wear fur.” Rich people are weird.
Anyhow, presumably you’re also a human being with eyes, so you already know that the newest PETA advertisement features controversial Comic-Con princess and alleged Ratner victim Olivia Munn completely naked except for airbrushing and incredible make-up, exactly as the Creator intended her. Thus, Munn is joining a hallowed company which already includes Karina Smirnoff, Taraji P. Henson, and Olivia Munn 2010. They’re doing it for the animals, and the animals couldn’t be happier! Here’s some exclusive footage of a wolf reacting to the new PETA ad:
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