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Your Last Chance to See Naked People in San Francisco (NSFW)

Written by PETA | February 5, 2013

Last week marked the end of legal public nudity in San Francisco—and you wouldn’t expect PETA to sit it out, would you? Several all-star volunteers gathered full-monty style at City Hall to protest the theft of animals’ skins by declaring that they are comfortable in their own skin. 

Unlike humans, who can (or at least used to legally be able to) choose how much skin to expose in public, animals raised and killed for their skins often have their flesh unwillingly ripped off their bodies while they’re still alive. Please don’t ever buy leather, fur, or other items made from animals’ skins and fur—choose garments and accessories made from pleather, faux fur, and other cruelty-free materials instead!

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