For most porn sites showing animals, the "ethical treatment" of our furry friends isn't a primary concern. Not so at PETA, which plans to launch PETA.xxx, featuring both erotic photography and graphic footage of animal abuse. Sounds delightful. The animal rights group, which is well-versed in using human nudity to drive its message, tells the Huffington Post , "The racy things we do are sometimes the most effective way that we can reach particular individuals." By "particular," I assume they mean "male." A combination of naked women and tortured animals doesn't sound very hot to me, but hopefully PETA will draw the line at featuring more posthumous images of Bea Arthur .