hey everyone! time for a game of ‘guess who’ – can you figure who this sexy, almost naked rump belongs to? find out who she (an obvious hint!) is after the jump … GO!
it’s pamela anderson looking deliciously marked up in a new ad for PETA, urging people to become vegetarians and give up meat – which i do think is a good thing but for me personally (i’ve admitted to this before) i cannot live without bacon! surprisingly this ad was banned from being unveiled in montreal – i have zero clue why – she’s not naked (ok, almost) i’ve always thought of that city as a liberal kind of place but i guess not when it comes to ms. anderson! popbytes over & out … xoxo
Voluptuous vegetarian Pamela Anderson is proving that all animals have the same parts and encouraging people to ditch meat. In this sexy ad for PETA, the blonde bombshell shows some serious skin and looks as if she’s been tagged by a butcher, making it clear that humans and animals are composed of identical parts.
Just like humans, animals are made of flesh, blood, and bone and have organs and senses. Animals also have emotions and unique personalities, feel pain, and create families and relationships with other animals, if given the chance.
Ninety-seven percent of the U.S. meat supply comes from factory-farmed animals. Animals on factory farms are deprived of everything that is natural and important to them. They are forced to live in filthy, severely crowded conditions and are often fed an unnatural diet that includes antibiotics and other drugs. Disease spreads quickly on factory farms, and animals are often denied proper veterinary care and forced to stand in their own waste. These animals’ short lives come to a painful end at the slaughterhouse where cows, pigs, and chickens often have their throats cut and are dismembered while they are still conscious.
In the ad, Pamela Anderson shows off her outer–and inner–beauty to promote a vegetarian diet and point out the similarities between humans and animals. There are many cruelty-free and tasty alternatives to meat available, and going vegetarian saves the lives of approximately 100 animals a year!