Miss USA Winners Bare All In PETA’s New Ad – Effective Or Unnecessary?

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.

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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:

  1. Effective (46%)
  2. Unnecessary (44%)
  3. Both (10%)

Total voters: 178. Share your views in the comments section below.


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