She's the glamour model who isn't afraid to pose nude in photos on Instagram. In the anti-fur advert the model is seen with blood dripping down her body, covering her breasts and buttocks, to match the tagline: 'Fur Is Bloody Murder'. Scroll down for video. Woof, woof! Imogen Anthony has bared her body for a cause close to her heart, with the year-old stripping down for a new PETA anti-fur advert showing the model's body dripping in blood. Skinning animals alive so they can have a nice trim? The beauty's luscious ombre locks are seen brushed to one side, while sporting a layer of red lipstick on her perfectly plump pout. Showing off a full face of make-up with lashings of mascara and heavy faux eyelashes, Imogen was the epitome of glossy magazine glamour in the nude charity shoot.
From vegetarians and animal rights champions to "reformed" fur wearers and budding environmentalists, celebs have long appeared in PETA's print advertisements and videos. Many of these celebrities are often featured nude, which has led to criticism from feminist groups that claim these images objectify women and rely on oppressive "sex sells" ideologies. Others claim it's empowering when women choose to flaunt their bodies in order to convey a message dear to their hearts.
Unfortunately, the fully nude image was deemed too risque, so only a partial topless photo of Munn will appear on the PETA billboard on Beverly Boulevard in Los Angeles , according to the Hollywood Reporter. The ad aims to draw attention to PETA's ongoing campaign campaign against fur which, the group explains on their website , leads to inhumane treatment and suffering of animals. When people learn that millions of innocent animals are beaten, boiled, hanged, and electrocuted for their fur every year; that each fur coat, each piece of fur lining or fur trim, and each fur cat toy represents the intense suffering of dozens of animals; and that furriers intentionally mislabel the fur of cats and dogs as fur from other species or as faux fur -- then every decent human being will want to go fur-free. Similarly, the Humane Society says the fur industry is notorious for extreme mistreatment of animals. US Edition U. News U.
The Oscar-nominated actress refuses to wear even the slightest bit of fur after learning about the cruelty animals face. The actress took a stand against animal cruelty in by going nude for PETA. The actress and dancer made a statement against the cruelty of exotic animals when she posed in an super-sexy PETA campaign covered in snake-like body paint. I felt disgusting. The talk show host bared it all for PETA in the revealing ad campaign supporting anti-fur.