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Alicia Silverstone Likes Getting Naked for Animal Rights and Really Doesn’t Like Wool



Alicia Silverstone is posing nude in a new PeTA ad, but it’s not part of the “I’d rather go naked than wear fur” campaign that has featured so many attractive celebrities, including Pink, Olivia Munn, Eva Mendes and Taraji P. Henson. The Clueless star’s latest PeTA appearance takes animal rights even further: “I’d rather go naked than wear wool,” reads the ad, which, according to her Instagram post, is soon to appear on a New York City billboard.

The ad urges you to “Wear your own skin” and “let animals keep theirs.” Wool isn’t technically a sheep’s skin, but who cares about the tagline, right? Regardless of how much you support animal rights, you probably want to see the whole pic and check out Alicia’s butt.

Alicia Silverstone has been working with PeTA for many years, and this isn’t the first time she’s taken off her clothes to attract attention to the cause. Back in 2007, she made a PSA about being vegan, in which she’s also naked. She climbs out of a swimming pool and says that the dietary choice is “so amazing.” Skinny dipping: also amazing.

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