When Pamela Anderson had posed naked for Peta (People For Ethical Treatment Of Animals) back in 2003, people thought it was a very bold step. But, shedding your clothes for a cause like animal rights and vegetarianism has become a trend ever since. Many celebrities have posed nude for protest and campaigns for a cause.
Among all other campaigners, Peta is an organisation that is famous for bringing out campaigns with the photos of nude celebrities. These campaigns are often shot very aesthetically and thus many celebrities across the globe have agreed to pose nude for Peta. Apart from Pamela Anderson who is a veteran of animal rights, other celebrities like Wendy Williams, Kristen Johnston and Evelyn Lozada have also posed nude for such campaigns.
We also have the British model and singer Joss Stone who posed nude to protest against the fur being used on the caps of British Queen's guard soldiers. The most recent addition to the list of celebrities who posed nude for a cause is Sapna Bhavnani. She is famous celeb hair stylist and has recently shot to stardom after her stint in the reality show Bigg Boss 6.
So, here are some of the hottest celebrities who have posed nude for the cause of vegetarianism and animal rights promoted by Peta.
The ad says, 'Ink Not Mink' alluding to the fact that Sapna has a lot of tattoos on her body but she refuses to wear mink (fur) coats. This campaign shows Sapna with her back to camera displaying her bold tattoos.
Pamela was one of the first celebrities who have done endorsement for Peta and animal rights. She shows that even animals have body parts like human beings and thus promoted vegetarianism.
This hot model and actress from South Asia was seen lying in a field of red chillies and presented the idea that even vegetarian food can be 'spicy; or delicious.
This Swedish super model lend his name and body to the cause of animal rights. He posed in nothing but chains for a campaign that said animals should not be kept in chains.
Actress and writer Wendy Williams came out strongly against wearing animal fur in an ad campaign that aid, 'I'd rather be naked than wear fur'.
This British singer an actress protested against the killing of bears to make the fur for the caps of the Queen's soldiers. She was seen hugging a teddy bear in the poster.
This television and film actress was seen in a sensual pose where she was sitting on a horse with her long flowing hair covering her body. It criticised the concept of horse being used for drawing carriages.
This new star from the Twilight series also protested against the use of fur for making clothes. Her campaign said, 'be comfortable in your own skin and let the animals keep theirs'.
Anupama Verma is an Indian supermodel who posed in chains to protest against slaughtering of animals for food. She supports vegetarianism.
Evelyn Lozada is a famous television personality who posed in a serene poster for Peta protesting against wearing the fur.