Japanese singer/actress joins PETA parade
I have no idea who Aya Sugimoto is, but she's hot and apparently doesn't like to wear fur, or sometimes clothes. She would seem to be perfect for PETA, then, following in the proud, naked footsteps of Holly Madison and Steve-O. (See the full, mildy NSFW Sugimoto photo here.) Still, it's possible PETA didn't vet Sugimoto properly, because she admits to still wearing leather—shocking behavior that PETA has also tried to stamp out (with help from porn stars). But are these ads even about fur or leather anymore? Not that we mind seeing naked women, but they're almost not worth the moralizing.
—Posted by David Kiefaber
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