Why does PETA sometimes use nudity in its campaigns?

Nudity beyond art…and for a noble cause too!!

piyush kaviraj

From PETA Website.. Read on…

Our mission is to get the animal rights message to as many people as possible. Unfortunately, this is not always an easy task. Unlike our opposition, which is mostly composed of wealthy industries and corporations, PETA must rely on getting free “advertising” through media coverage. This can be especially difficult with our fur campaign, since newspapers are often reluctant to cover our activities for fear of losing furriers’ advertising dollars. But, not surprisingly, colorful and “controversial” demonstrations and campaigns like activists stripping to “go naked instead of wearing fur” consistently grab headlines.

The “Naked” Campaign began several years ago when demonstrators—both male and female—marched behind a huge banner proclaiming that they would “rather go naked than wear fur.” More “naked” demonstrations were held all over the world, the idea caught on, and we started receiving offers from celebrities, including Christy Turlington, Marcus Schenkenberg, Kim Basinger…

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