PETA – the organization that fights for animal rights, is in the news again. This time, it is because one of their commercials has been banned from airport TV’s.
The animal rights fighters created a TV spot featuring Pamela Anderson, with the purpose of trying to convince people not to wear animal products. Their message is that “Cruelty doesn’t fly”, and that wearing skins, fur, leather or wool is not OK.
I can understand their objections to fur or exotic skins, but wool? Seriously? As is usually the case with PETA, they paint a pretty gruesome picture of how animals are treated.
According to PETA, they had planned to run the ad on CNN airport edition, but were told that it was “too racy” – watch the video above, and let us know in the comments whether you think it is appropriate to be played on airport TV’s.