Last month, Miss USA winners Alyssa Campanella, Shanna Moakler, Shandi Finnessey and Susie Castillo bared all for a photo shoot for PETA’s “Say No To Fur” campaign. The objective was to urge the fashion industry and beauty pageants to do away with fur.
The pageant queens discuss the idea behind the campaign in this behind-the-scenes video below:
The brutal skinning, electrocuting and strangling of animals to obtain fur is truly horrific and PETA’s cause is without a doubt, one to fight for. A few days back we spoke to a couple of senior members of the advertising fraternity who were of the opinion that PETA’s “Go Naked” campaigns are more of a gimmick nowadays and the message can be put across in a less controversial manner. We were curious to know what our readers thought of that?
Are PETA’s “Go Naked” Campaigns Effective Or Unnecessary?
UPDATE: This poll has been closed. Here are the results:
- Effective (46%)
- Unnecessary (44%)
- Both (10%)
Total voters: 178. Share your views in the comments section below.
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