Celebrate PETA’s Sexy Celebrity Ads on Exhibit in Los Angeles

For Immediate Release:
November 7, 2016

Contact:
Moira Colley 202-483-7382

Los Angeles – Starting December 6, the PETA Empathy Center in Echo Park will offer an eyeful of Hollywood hotties in the buff—featuring stars such as Taraji P. Henson, Olivia Munn, Eva Mendes, Maggie Q, Tommy Lee, Wendy Williams, and Steve-O—in the unique exhibit “Naked Ambition: Celebrating PETA’s Sexy Celebrity Ads.”

What:    “Naked Ambition: Celebrating PETA’s Sexy Celebrity Ads”

Where:    PETA Empathy Center, 2624 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles

When:    Tuesday, December 6–Sunday, December 11

2–8 p.m. on weekdays

12–8 p.m. on weekends

The first superstars to strip down in PETA’s iconic “Rather Go Naked Than Wear Fur” campaign were legendary rockers The Go-Go’s in 1989. Since then, a diverse range of A-list actors, models, musicians, and media personalities have bared all to help keep animal issues on the minds of the masses in our celebrity-obsessed culture. Unlike the wealthy industries that PETA pushes to improve, we must rely on free advertising through media coverage of our sexy and colorful campaigns. Each famous friend of ours who disrobes is working to dismantle systems that oppress animals—all in support of PETA’s motto: “Animals are not ours to eat, wear, experiment on, use for entertainment, or abuse in any other way.”

The exhibit is free, open to the public, and located at the PETA Empathy Center—which is dedicated to teaching the values of justice, respect, understanding, and compassion for all living beings, regardless of race, religion, ability, gender, or species.

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