Category: Lettuce Ladies
The ‘Lettuce Ladies’ Meet Turkey (the Country, Not the Bird)Monique Jacques
When the “Lettuce Ladies” stepped out in Cuba, people went nuts. Now PETA’s vegan ambassadors are touring Russia, Romania, and Turkey.
Will Sexy ‘Go Vegan’ Ads Make a Splash in City Pool?
PETA offers to pay for lifeguard training classes if Northside Swimming Pool agrees to display cheeky pro-vegan banner.
PETA Celebrates St. Paddy’s Day by Going Green!
People in Washington, D.C., were treated to a free green vegan beer and a complimentary vegan starter kit to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in cruelty-free style.
In Cuba, the ‘Lettuce Ladies’ Stepped Out—and People Went Nuts
The crowds were out as the “Lettuce Ladies” hit Havana, but our vegan ambassadors couldn’t stay all day—they had important work to do.
Photo of the Day: ‘Lettuce Ladies’ Help Congress Pig Out
Finally, something both sides of the aisle can agree on.
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No Inaugural Ball? No Problem! ‘Lettuce Ladies’ Sub for Mayoral Party
PETA’s “Lettuce Ladies” to the rescue!
With the Feds in the Red, ‘Lettuce Ladies’ Throw ‘Em a Little Green
PETA’s Lettuce Ladies are trying to help ensure that Americans don’t face a second shutdown.
Photo of the Day: ‘Lettuce Ladies’ Dish Up Veggie Dogs on Capitol Hill
The leafy lovelies attracted a line of people ready for veggie dogs and, of course, a photo op.
Photo of the Day: Courtney Stodden Like You’ve Never Seen Her Before
As Courtney’s slim physique amply illustrates, vegetarians’ consciences aren’t the only things that are lighter.
Naked Man Gives Congress Frank Advice
When members of Congress took a lunch break from haggling over Obamacare, they were greeted on Capitol Hill by a naked man with several heads of lettuce. The majority whipped their heads around to see PETA’s Sexiest Vegetarian Next Door, Zachary Koval, and the “Lettuce Ladies” as they handed out free vegetarian/vegan starter kits. And… Read more »
Attempt to Save Museum Cuts the Mustard
Photo of the Day If there’s one universal truth about vegans, it’s that we love to eat. So when PETA learned that the National Mustard Museum, located in Middleton, Wisconsin, was in financial trouble, we wanted to help. We wrote to the colonel of mustard, the museum’s founder and curator Barry Levenson, and offered to… Read more »
Lettuce Go Green & Look Fab in 2012
Salt Lake City turned into Sexy Leaf City when PETA’s “Lettuce Ladies” rolled into town. The leafy lovelies were there to persuade folks to go lean and green in 2012 by going vegan. The SLC “occupiers” even stopped occupying long enough to chat with the green gals (and enjoy some free soy sausage). Want a… Read more »
‘Lettuce’ Give You a Charge
Not everyone can afford to buy an electric vehicle (EV), but there is one thing that we all can do to help the environment, even in a down economy: go vegan. That’s the message that PETA’s lovely—and apparently frostbite-proof—Lettuce Ladies took to the streets of Seattle, where the delicious vegan jerky they handed out in… Read more »
Lettuce Ladies K.O. Meat at Boxing Match
As the celebrities on the fight card at Avalon Hollywood were practicing their right hooks and uppercuts, PETA’s Lettuce Ladies were there to show them and their fans how to be a knockout by cutting out meat. Of course, dumping meat and dairy products gives you not only a trim, sexy physique (ahem, Kevin Federline)… Read more »
Will Lady Gaga Put on Her Okra Face?
© StarmaxInc As Lady Gaga heads to India to perform at the Formula One closing party, PETA India has an idea for her next statement outfit: a dress made of lettuce leaves. Considering meat’s monstrous impact on our health and the environment as well as the plight of animals who are dismembered for food while… Read more »
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