I d rather go naked than wear fur campaign
The phrase "I'd rather go naked than wear fur" has been credited to celebrities -- in various states of undress -- from Pamela Anderson to Eva Mendes, Pink and Dennis Rodman. But after almost 30 years, the animal rights group that convinced dozens of stars to strip down for anti-fur ads is retiring its famous campaign. With a growing number of labels, designers and retailers distancing themselves from animal skins in recent years, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals PETA believes that its long-running awareness campaign is no longer necessary. Christina Applegate shot by Robert Sebree in
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As we've noted, PETA has its own trademark ways of getting attention, and perhaps the most noticeable is their various semi-nude or nude protests. One of their campaigns that gets the most attention is the " I'd Rather Go Naked Than Wear Fur " campaign, because it enlists attractive celebrities to pose for billboard photos. When they're in your town, they're just about impossible to miss. That campaign just got a boost by appearing on a reality show.
The campaign saw some of the biggest names in the showbiz world appear in the advertisement of the campaign. After nearly thirty years of getting some of the biggest celebrities strip for its campaign against animal cruelty, PETA has decided to retire its iconic "I'd Rather Go Naked than Wear Fur" campaign. People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals PETA believes that the campaign is no longer necessary with an increasing number of designers, labels and retailers saying no to using animal skins and fur. PETA announced the demise of its anti-fur campaign on Tuesday.