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In Honor of PETA Porn: The Ten Sexiest PETA Ads

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According to the Huffington Post, PETA has registered a XXX internet site and is planning to start PETA.XXX.

The site will feature both adult human content and images of animal cruelty - pornography of a different kind, so to speak.  PETA has a history of using beautiful humans to bring their message to the masses, including their "I'd Rather Go Naked Than Wear Fur" campaigns and their annual search for the world's sexiest vegetarian.  We've put together a collection of the ten sexiest PETA ads, most featuring people who would only get naked for a cause, after the jump.

10. Chuck co-star Yvonne Strahovski is an angel to dogs in this heavenly PETA ad.

9. British TV personality Layla Kayleigh is one fine looking lab rat in this poster.

8. Proving that beefcake can be cruelty-free, Waka Flocka Flame can rap to us about not wearing fur.

7. Real Housewife Bethenny Frankel would rather have a Margarita than wear fur.

6. Taraji P. Henson shows off a well-placed tat in this PETA ad.

5. Pam Anderson identifies all her parts in this ad.

4. Outspoken vegan Alicia Silverstone isn't Clueless about animal rights in this ad.

3. From The Daily Show to animal rights campaigner, Olivia Munn always looks amazing.

2. Sportscaster Bonnie-Jill Laflin is caught in the locker room, sans towel.

1.  Vida Guerra is way hotter than the peppers she's posing with.

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