Animals aren’t ours to use for entertainment—although it’s a simple enough statement, the singer repeatedly struggles to understand its meaning.
Alan Cumming sends a letter to the CEO of Dairy Queen asking him to offer nondairy products for an ever-expanding market.
Marijuana isn’t the only thing comedian Doug Benson tweets about—he’s made no secret of his disdain for SeaWorld.
We’re looking back on some of our favorite ads featuring celebrities who’ve bared it all for animal rights.
Check out “Ronald McDonald” talking about killing chickens and the cruelty behind Unhappy Meals, during an interview with the legendary Jiminy Glick.
Alec Baldwin sends a message to the USDA: Ban cruel bear pits immediately.
Welcome home, Barbie!
Nicole Williams of the hit series WAGS proves that she’s as kind as she is beautiful in a new PETA ad exposing the cruelty behind leather products.
For animals forced to perform for human entertainment, Bob Barker says the price is always too high.
Arnold Schwarzenegger and James Cameron cool it on meat and dairy consumption for the sake of the planet.
These celebrities over 50 manage to get better with age. How do they do it?! The answer is as simple as leaving cruelty off their plates.
Stella McCartney’s autumn 2016 collection was inspired by her love of animals. And the store windows were inspired by her love for PETA.
At SeaWorld’s annual meeting, Gillian Anderson speaks her mind.
The world lost a beautiful and compassionate soul today: 22-year-old singer Christina Grimmie.
With more and more super-sexy vegetarian and vegan celebrities to choose from every year, PETA celebrates 2016’s sexiest vegan superstars, Liam Hemsworth and Jhené Aiko!