A collection of Vegetarians and No Fur advocates.

Kristen Bell needs to do a PETA ad. Naked.

And speaking of leaf eaters, did you know Anne Hathaway is vegetarian?? I know because it’s mentioned in the commentary tracks on my Princess Diaries DVD!

29 thoughts on “WOMEN OF PETA

  1. Aww, I love animals.. without them there wouldn’t be asses all over my screen now. But then again, I guess it would.

    #1 | Comment by padda — September 21, 2007 @ 6:34 pm

  2. Wonder if their VA-JJ tastes like a veggie burger? MMmmmmm…….

    #2 | Comment by TheMan — September 21, 2007 @ 6:37 pm

  3. NO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! NOT JOSS STONE TOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    …no wonder why she has no tits…

    #3 | Comment by Xan — September 21, 2007 @ 6:42 pm

  4. I wonder if they would like a taste of my meat. Tastes like chicken!

    #4 | Comment by gkh — September 21, 2007 @ 7:05 pm

  5. who else finds it VERY hard to believe that Anna Nicole was a vegetarian?

    or is it that she was just anti-fur?

    #5 | Comment by AngelBaby — September 21, 2007 @ 7:56 pm

  6. I wish they’d show what the ratty-ass vegans look like, the girls that look decent are still eating dairy and eggs for sure.

    And Charlotte Ross of Days of Our Lives FTW.

    #6 | Comment by Kewtr — September 21, 2007 @ 8:00 pm

  7. Man, this crap makes me sick. As much as I enjoy the provacative photos in support of PETA, I can’t stand these assholes.

    Listen up, PETA assholes!

    First off, who’s speaking up for all of the plants you’re killing? There are millions and billions of vegetable plants being grown every year, to be inhumanely RIPPED from the earth, sliced and diced, some of them canned, some frozen, some served up fresh, all for us to eat. THESE ARE LIVING THINGS, PEOPLE!! That carrot USED to be alive, until you pulled it out of the ground! Same thing with that head of lettuce, or that potato. How barbaric!

    EVERYTHING we eat was once alive, otherwise it wouldn’t make any sense to eat it. Not to mention the fact that humans are omnivorous, which is proven by our dental structure and our digestive system. We’re designed to eat both meat and vegetables. So get off your fucking high horse, PETA, and quit giving the rest of us (sensible) people such a hard time for following the design of nature. You can just go ahead and slaughter all the fucking plants you want for your dinner, and keep parading around your slogans and trying to poison people’s minds with your bullshit. It’s called a food chain. Every animal (including humans) eats something else that was once living. Why is it so wrong to eat animals, but it’s okay to eat once living plants?

    That brings me to another bitch I have. What the holy fuck is wrong with these assholes that think it’s “okay to eat fish and seafood, because that’s not meat.” I can’t even begin to…WTF? What the hell is wrong with you?!! I can understand (sort of) someone not wanting to eat animals, but how the hell do you justify that FISH…and SEAFOOD…is not meat? Don’t fish swim around and breathe and eat stuff, and piss and shit? Sounds like a damn animal to me. What the fuck ever! Fucking retards.

    God I hate vegans and vegetarians. And especially these assholes that “don’t eat meat, only fish and seafood.” I’m done with this rant, it’s pissing me off too much.

    #7 | Comment by Pyronuc — September 21, 2007 @ 8:42 pm

  8. my mouth is watering just by looking at these pics.
    Should my predatory instincts kick in when Im looking at all these nakkid lambs running around in the field thinking they are all innocent?
    Ohh look there goes Joanna Krupa running by – gotta go chase her …cya…

    #8 | Comment by Psyper — September 21, 2007 @ 9:31 pm

  9. I stopped wearing fur a long time ago when I discovered that it’s much easier to use human skin.

    It even comes in the right shapes. You don’t even have to add sleeves.

    #9 | Comment by DisconcertedGeorge — September 21, 2007 @ 9:39 pm

  10. I support PETA, if it means People for the Eating of Tasty Animals. The only issue I’ll agree on with those bunny-fuckers is on the ethicality (I just made that up) of how the animals are slaughtered and/or processed. For example (and I’m just throwing this out here) breaking a bunny’s neck or lethal injection or bullet to the head to kill it is ok (bunnies breed like crazy, where do you think that phrase comes from?), skinning it while it’s still alive is not. Pain=lose, for every species.

    #10 | Comment by Dr. Phil mmkay? — September 21, 2007 @ 9:57 pm

  11. Vegetarianism, communism, postmillenialism — I don’t care what they believe, as long as it gets them naked.

    #11 | Comment by Milhouse — September 21, 2007 @ 10:05 pm

  12. I for one love my meat…

    The funny thing is, PETA doesnt eat meat… yet the animals it protects, eat meat themselves… Ironic Isnt it?

    IDK, but I will support PETA as long as they keep shooting the Nude photos…
    Doesnt mean Im gonna give up my meat though…

    #12 | Comment by Josh — September 21, 2007 @ 11:45 pm

  13. Being vegetarian = Fine, so long as you don’t think it makes you better than people who aren’t

    Not wearing fur = Fine, so long as you don’t mind me wearing leather.

    Lending your name to an organization with terrorist ties who compared KFC to Hitler = Me questioning your sanity.
    I wonder how much these celebs know about what PETA actually stands for.
    Hey Famke, they don’t want to save your pet dog, the leaders have spoken out against people being allowed to have pets.
    They oppose medical testing for medicine, so if you have any disease, better make sure it’s treatments weren’t tested on animals.

    Supporting animals – Fine
    Supporting PETA = either being stupid to lend your name to something on which you are uniformed, or being crazy.

    #13 | Comment by CKNola — September 22, 2007 @ 12:04 am

  14. #7 Uh… fish can’t breath? They have those thingys the gills, that uh gets sum stuff that makes them able to breath- man fuck you know what I mean, but I totally agree with what your saying.

    “I wish they’d show what the ratty-ass vegans look like…”

    You mean like this girl?


    This motherfucker cooks my meals.


    #14 | Comment by Skarasta — September 22, 2007 @ 1:49 am

  15. I’m surprised Justin didn’t mention this, a PETA chick stripping all the way down to her puffies and a racing stripe:


    #15 | Comment by THEO — September 22, 2007 @ 3:21 am

  16. animal mistreatment = beautiful naked chicks

    Please everyone eat lots of meat and wear lots of fur!

    #16 | Comment by carantmal — September 22, 2007 @ 3:31 am

  17. OK I admit it…I too am a VAGitarian!

    Oh Yea,,,I went there!

    #17 | Comment by MacDaddy — September 22, 2007 @ 9:40 am

  18. #15, for some reason, I couldn’t watch that video streaming. Oh yeah, that’s right, no fast-forward or mute options. DLed it, ff to the good stuff, turned volume off. Win.

    #18 | Comment by Dr. Phil mmkay? — September 22, 2007 @ 9:58 am

  19. i’m “Anti-Fur” too… but i won’t give up on my Steak.

    #19 | Comment by Jade — September 22, 2007 @ 10:25 am

  20. #14 – It’s still breathing, regardless of whether they use gills to pull oxygen out of the water or use lungs to take oxygen out of the air. Some fish, like goldfish, can actually stick their mouths above water and “gulp” at the air to breathe if there isn’t enough oxygen dissolved in the water. That’s why you can keep a goldfish in a bowl without an oxygen source (the little bubbly thing you normally see at the back of fish tanks). Just thought I’d clear that up. When I said that fish breathe, I meant that they respirate and take oxygen into their bodies, and release carbon dioxide.

    #20 | Comment by Pyronuc — September 22, 2007 @ 11:54 am

  21. Women who don’t eat meat look sickly. So they have to load them up with makeup, which is what they did in 100% of these photos. PETA’s apparently okay with women wearing tons of makeup that was undoubtedly tested on animals, as long as it makes a vegetarian look healthy.

    #21 | Comment by Tony — September 22, 2007 @ 12:33 pm

  22. You know, I’ve always wondered what PETA’s stance is on such animals as cockroaches, fire ants, termites, snakes, etc. Are they truly in it for the good of ALL animals? Or do they only want to help the cute, furry animals? I mean, if you went to a PETA person’s house, and saw a cockroach, would they yell at you to leave it alone? Or would they yell at you to stomp it into oblivion? I’d be curious to hear their rationalization for either choice. How do you rationalize allowing your house to be infested with pests and refuse to kill them? Or, on the other hand, how do you rationalize mercilessly killing all household pests, while at the same time fighting to keep alive every cute animal?

    Just a thought.

    #22 | Comment by Pyronuc — September 22, 2007 @ 2:03 pm

  23. These ads make me hungry for meat.

    They always get these not-really-famous Playmate types to do the ads though. Which is not only a bit depressing but also, seriously, there’s no way they knew shoving all that plastic into people’s bodies is safe unless they tested in on some bunnies first.

    Plus how am I gonna get milk if I don’t get it from the animals and your boobs are full of silicone, woman? Geez.

    #23 | Comment by Kelvin — September 22, 2007 @ 2:05 pm

  24. Vegetarians are as much a product of commerce as meat products are.

    Just that meat products are tasty, whereas being a vegetarian is one of the biggest turn-offs to any sensible person imaginable.

    I mean wanking off to naked chicks is so much harder if they have “hands off these buns” in big bold letters over them.

    #24 | Comment by Aiii — September 22, 2007 @ 7:39 pm

  25. Funny that I really don’t know too many of those women.

    I don’t care if someone’s a vegetarian, but don’t tell me it’s a “better diet” or “the way we’re supposed to eat”. All you have to look at is a set of human teeth to know that’s bullshit. (…Not to mention iron-processing enzymes that we can only get from red meat, amino acids that are difficult to find in foods that aren’t meat, etc.)

    Fur is another story altogether. Leather usually comes from cows that have been slaughtered for food, anyway, so it is only respectful to use their hides as well. Fur, on the other hand, largely comes from animals that are either cruelly trapped or raised in overpopulated factory farms just to be killed (often in inhumane ways) for their fur, and then their bodies are discarded. If you’re wearing rabbit pelt, I’ll respect you much more if you tell me about the lovely dinner that the rabbit made for someone, too.

    #25 | Comment by exelis — September 22, 2007 @ 10:05 pm

  26. who else watched #15’s video with the volume turned all the way down?

    *raises hand*

    ps. pretty chunky for a gal who doesn’t eat meat.

    #26 | Comment by AngelBaby — September 23, 2007 @ 1:55 am

  27. Grwarsh! So if ah stop eatun meat, dem dere hot chicks will get nekkid fer me. Uh huh, uh huh, uh huh.

    #27 | Comment by David — September 23, 2007 @ 1:35 pm

  28. Most of the vegetarians I know fucking HATE PETA because the make people think all folks who don’t eat meat are self-righteous assholes. I don’t blame them. I understand the health benefits and ethical stance behind not eating meat (too bad the stuff tastes so damn good), but I don’t think it makes you a saint of some kind.

    Having said that, who knew Sadie Frost had such a nice ass? Charlotte Ross, too. Now that’s some flesh that looks TASTY.

    #28 | Comment by marklansing — September 24, 2007 @ 12:05 pm

  29. THANK GOD Jorja Fox kept her clothes on!

    #29 | Comment by Quidam — September 27, 2007 @ 12:32 am

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