Silverstone Strips Completely N * ked for
Animal Rights (Photos )
Alicia Silverstone is an American actress,
producer, author and activist.
The actress is renowned for her beauty.
Recently, Silverstone just lent her s*x appeal to
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, PETA
– and cruelty-free never looked so good.
The actress, best known for her leading role in
nineties hit film Clueless, took her love for
animals to sizzling heights as she posed in her
birthday suit for a new ad.
With the words “I’d rather go naked than wear
wool” emblazoned above her, the blonde
smouldered over her shoulder clutching a sheep
Her rump takes centre stage, while her golden
locks are worn in loose curls tumbling around her
With the lush greenery around her, the star looked
equal parts hippie and forest nymph as she
The #WoolFreeWinter campaign is fronted by the
40-year-old alongside the tag line”Wear your own
skin, let animals keep theirs.”
Alicia has been a vegan for years and explained in
an accompanying video why she was passionate
about the cause.
“Wool, in general, has not been thought about by
many, many people. It’s just not something
that’s brought to their attention,”she said.
“The biggest thing that people always say to me
is, ‘Oh, but they just shear the sheep! They don’t
kill the sheep. In fact, the gentle animals are
often beaten, kicked, and mutilated so that their
wool can be made into sweaters, coats, scarves,
gloves, and boots,” she went on.
“It’s on the slaughterhouse floor where they’re on
a conveyor belt and it’s just so fast, the shearing
process, that they’re cut, they’re harmed. They
get very seriously wounded, and there’s no care
for them when they’re wounded. It’s just, ‘Move
on to the next.’
“These are not creatures to the people who are
doing this. They’re just objects. When the sheep
are no longer useful, they’re killed.”
It’s not Alicia’s first rodeo with PETA. She first
posed naked with them back in 2008, seductively
draping herself in front of a pool.
She also participated in a video exposing the
brutality of the down industry, targeting fashion
houses like Louis Vuitton and Marc Jacobs
for “horrific cruelty.”