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‘The Worst Thing’ That Joaquin Phoenix Has Ever Seen

The acclaimed actor shares barbaric footage of China’s dog-leather industry.


Reality of Wool Industry Deemed Too Graphic for Billboard Legs © iStock.com/zaricm, Head © iStock.com/Angelika Stern

Reality of Wool Industry Deemed Too Graphic for Billboard

Pulling the wool over consumers’ eyes means sheep suffer.

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One Life in the Angora Wool Industry

Clothing retailers around the world have pledged to leave angora off their shelves for good, but rabbits are still being abused in the name of fashion.


Now Leather-Free: A Smart Move for Mercedes’ Smart Cars

Following appeals from PETA to take the cow out of the car, Mercedes-Benz has agreed to make smart cars even smarter by offering leather-free interiors.

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Joaquin Phoenix Shares Disturbing Video

The acclaimed actor shares barbaric footage of China’s dog-leather industry.

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Before It Was a Fur Coat, It Was a Someone: A PETA Exposé

A look at the barbaric ways in which minks are killed and skinned at countless fur farms around the world. 

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Top 7 Reasons to Ditch Wool

Buying wool supports the torture of sheep. Here are seven reasons to ditch wool, according to our Twitter followers.

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P!nk’s Times Square Billboard Turns Heads During Fashion Week Photo by Slobodan Randjelovic

P!nk’s Times Square Billboard Turns Heads During Fashion Week

A billboard showing P!nk’s new “Rather Go Naked Than Wear Fur” campaign will greet thousands of fashion editors and buyers at New York Fashion Week.

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P!nk Would ‘Rather Go Naked Than Wear Fur’

Joining a long list of celebrities pledging to be fur-free, P!nk teams up with PETA and gets naked in a fresh take on an iconic campaign.


Inditex Bans Angora and Donates Remaining Inventory to Syrian Refugees

February 2015 Following talks with PETA, Inditex—the world’s largest clothing retailer—agreed to ban angora wool products permanently and donate its remaining stock to Syrian refugees through the charity Life …


Le Château Agrees to Ban Angora

February 2015 After talking with PETA, Canadian retailer Le Château agreed to ban angora. The company sells its products online and directly to customers in more than 230 retail …


Photos of the Day: We’d Rather Go Naked Than Wear … Wool?

Decades after “I’d Rather Go Naked Than Wear Fur” became a household phrase, PETA’s iconic campaign is being revamped.

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Complete List of Companies That Have Banned Angora Wool

Dozens of companies have refused to sell angora, including these.

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7 Hot Latino Celebrities Go Nude for Animals

Compassion never looked so sexy. Check out the hottest Latino celebrities urging you to learn the facts and go fur-free.

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