Monday, November 1, 2010

Stars who strip for a cause

Following the trend of female celebrities who have been posing in nude pictorials, Stephanie Pratt is baring all … for a good cause.
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Pamela Anderson's risqué new vegetarian campaign for PETA <a href="http://www.nydailynews.com/gossip/2010/07/15/2010-07-15_pamela_andersons_racy_peta_ad_banned_in_montreal.html" target="_blank">has been banned</a> in Montreal for treating the actress like a piece of meat. Canadian officials denied a permit for an event launching Anderson's new animal-rights ad at the last minute on July 15, claiming the ad is sexist.
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In the ad, the buxom blond, 43, poses in a bikini with her body covered in marks suggestive of a butcher's diagram. Parts of her body are labeled 'rump,' 'ribs,' 'breast,' and so on. The ad's caption reads, 'All Animals Have the Same Parts.'

<br><br>But this isn't the first time Pam has stripped down for PETA ...

Following the trend of female celebrities who have been posing in nude pictorials, Stephanie Pratt is baring all … for a good cause. 

Pamela Anderson's risqué new vegetarian campaign for PETA has been banned in Montreal for treating the actress like a piece of meat. Canadian officials denied a permit for an event launching Anderson's new animal-rights ad at the last minute on July 15, claiming the ad is sexist. 

In the ad, the buxom blond, 43, poses in a bikini with her body covered in marks suggestive of a butcher's diagram. Parts of her body are labeled 'rump,' 'ribs,' 'breast,' and so on. The ad's caption reads, 'All Animals Have the Same Parts.' 

 

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