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Men Find Compassion Very Desirable

Written by PETA | February 2, 2011

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We just told you about the Fun, Fearless (Animal-Loving!) Males of 2011, and now the girls are getting their turn. AskMen released its 10th annual Top 99 Most Desirable Women list, and so many animal-friendly ladies were included that it can’t be a coincidence—it’s hot to be compassionate!

Several Sexiest Vegetarian Celebrity alums ranked high on the list, including Natalie Portman, Kristen Bell, and reigning Sexiest Vegetarian Olivia Wilde

Some possible contenders for future Sexiest Vegetarian honors are among the Top 99 Most Desirable as well. Lovely Glee star Dianna Agron loves her veggies, and Anne Hathaway recently added fish to her “friends, not food” list, bidding adieu to sushi. Katy Perry has been singing the praises of eating Tofurky with vegetarian hubby Russell Brand, so it might not be long before his diet rubs off on her.

So many of the Top 99 ladies have done public service announcements for PETA that we wonder if AskMen searched our ads for its candidates. Vegan Lea Michele is a staunch defender of horses used in the horse-drawn carriage industry and of animals killed for their fur. Lea’s abhorrence of fur is shared by Eva Mendes, who narrated an anti-fur video for PETA, and by Natalie Imbruglia, who starred in an anti-fur exposé for PETA Australia.

Rounding out our picks of delightful, desirable damsels is PETA pal Olivia Munn, who isn’t shy about standing up for animals who are abused in circuses and puppy mills

Written by Michelle Sherrow

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  • Kitty Summerall says:

    We chicks find compassionate guys are the hottest!

  • Parkville Peter says:

    It may well be hot to be compassionate; but it’s drawing a long bow to say that placing on that list occurs in part because of the support of animal rights. Rather, I’d suggest that it’s hot to be compassionate precisely because these people are in the limelight, rather than claiming that they’re in the limelight because they’re compassionate.

  • Rev. Meg Schramm says:

    I hand out PETA literature on carriage rides whenever I see them operating. The carriage operator at Tom’s Farms in California hates me. Too bad. The ride starts in their incredibly congested parking lot and I just know a carriage vs. car or motorcycle crash will happen someday.

  • Neydine Pille says:

    I am a long time Peta member and not the least bit shy about speaking my mind. If I see a working horse I always ask the owner if he/she gets enough water and food, and then I identify myself and tell him I am an inspector for PETA. I feel that we all are! I would love to see tbit bridles outlawed and Hckaway bridles used. My dad was a horse trainer and always used Hackaways. He had no trouble training his and others’ horses.

  • Carla* says:

    Way to go, Ladies!!