Since plain old nudity doesn't seem to grab any attention anymore, PETA has started looking for new taboos to exploit. One of the latest is female pubic hair.
I noted the start of this trend last year, when the animal welfare activists launched this anti-fur campaign:
Style aside, I think PETA's parody of pubic hair is dumb. Intimate grooming is increasingly becoming a feminist issue, like leg and pit hair were in the early days. But then again, when you base most of your advertising on sexualizing young women (in this case, model/actress Joanna Krupa) to get cheap attention for animals, I guess you're not to concerned about female empowerment.
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