PETA Gets Itself in Yet Another Hairy Situation

Joanna Krupa's latest ad

PETA's print ads are known for their insipid, lad-mag use of sexuality, but the visuals themselves are decent most of the time. Its new "Fur Trim" ad with Joanna Krupa can't even claim that much. Lindsay Rajit, PETA's associate director of campaigns, defends the ad, saying: "Years ago, it was disgraceful for women to show their knees and we all laugh at that today.

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