Vote for Local Hot Guys and Gals in PETA's Sexiest Vegan Next Door Contest
Sure, you can make all the jokes you want about "hot sausage" and "makin' bacon," but when it comes down to it, vegetables and fruits are pretty darned sexy too.
First of all, cucumbers and bananas are pretty raunchy (you heard the ol' banana-in-my-pocket reference), and there's nothing sexier than feeding your significant other some ripe strawberries.
Plus, it looks like eating a vegan diet attracts an insane amount of gorgeous people.
Which is why PETA hosts its annual Sexiest Vegan Next Door contest. Each year, the hottest herbivores on the planet compete for the title and a trip to Hawaii (sans roast pork luau, we presume). Best of all? There are plenty of beautiful local men and women to vote for.
This is the first round of voting, which ends March 28. The five men and five women who receive the most votes will advance to the finalists phase (along with an additional ten sexy vegans chosen by a PETA panel), which runs from April 14 to May 2. PETA will then select two winners, a man and a woman, based on several factors, including vote count, and will announce the lucky vegans on May 6.
Here's a list of all the local contestants. Let's have one of these vegans win the title for South Florida. To vote, visit PETA.org now:
- Dony Ponce (Homestead)
- Frances Cortina (Miami)
- Gia Salazar (Boca Raton)
- Jeneene Romero (Miami)
- Jennifer Eady (Wellington)
- Miranda Peterson (Ft. Lauderdale)
- Monica Hornung (Boynton Beach)
- Paloma Bustamante (Boca Raton)
- Christian Lam (Miami)
- Ryan Beckett (Wellington)
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