Famous Men Take It Off for PETA!

A long list of famous, compassionate men have lined up—and stripped down—to make a difference in PETA’s iconic “Ink, Not Mink” and “I’d Rather Go Naked” campaigns. Check out the stars who know that showing some skin is always better than killing animals for theirs:

Tim Howard

Ty LawsonTy Lawson: Ink, Not Mink (Vertical)

Le’Veon BellLe'Veon Bell: Ink, Not Mink

Terrell SuggsNFL Star Terrell Suggs Chooses Ink, Not Mink

Bret LockettBrett-Lockett

Chris “The Birdman” AndersenChris Andersen PSA (2) PETA

Antoine BetheaAntoine Bethea PSA

 Jona Weinhofenjona-weinhofen-vegan-naked-psa1[1]

Kid InkP2kidinkAD300

Tommy LeePETATommy_updated300

Chad “Ochocinco” JohnsonChad Ochocinco PSA (Nude)

Chester BenningtonChester Bennington PSA (PETA)

Tony (and October) GonzaleztonyNEWPHOTO1

Owain YeomanOwain Yeoman Vegetarian PSA

Steve-OSteve-O: I'd Rather Go Naked Than Wear Fur - PETA

Willis McGaheewillisnude72.jpg

Dave NavarroDAVE NAVARRO Ink Not Mink PSA

Jake Shields800-JakeShieldsVegAd.jpg

Jason EllisjasonellisAD72.jpg

Ami JamesAMI_PETAnew_UPDATED72.jpg

Carey Hart

MarioMario for Peta

Duff (and Susan) McKaganDuff McKagan and Susan Holmes-McKagan Choose Ink, Not Mink PSA

Shawne MerrimanPETAshawneVERT300

Trace Cyrustrace-cyrus-ink-not-mink-2.jpg

Waka Flocka Flamewaka-flocka-flame-ink-not-mink-nude

David Cross davidcross_72.jpg

No long strenuous workout can compare to the pain that foxes, rabbits, coyotes, and even cats and dogs endure for the fashion industry. You can use your skin to raise awareness of their suffering, or you can use your voice: Share this page on Facebook and Twitter!

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 Ingrid E. Newkirk

“Almost all of us grew up eating meat, wearing leather, and going to circuses and zoos. We never considered the impact of these actions on the animals involved. For whatever reason, you are now asking the question: Why should animals have rights?” READ MORE

— Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA President and co-author of Animalkind