Alicia Silverstone is baring it all, showing people how much he cares about animal rides by protesting fully nude for PETA’s new campaign. “I never, ever, get naked on TV, in film, nothin’, never, nope — but I’ve done it for PETA because that’s how much it matters to me,” Silverstone stated.
“The amount of resources, water, food, oil for transport, the amount of energy that goes into making leather is extraordinary. It’s just not sustainable. The Earth can’t handle it,” she noted.
Alicia Silverstone for PETA
Known for protecting animals at all costs, the organization’s new “Prickly” adds features of the 46-year-old in a desert, wearing cowboy boots well in a cactus field. “DON’T BE A PRICK,” it reads. “Wear Vegan. Buy cactus, mushroom or apple leather instead!”
The Clueless star went vegan back in 1999 and has since used your platform in order to speak up about animal rights. Although the ad features humor with its clever word choice, Silverstone expressed how serious she was about the campaign as she looked straight into the camera while covering her private area.
“My dream is to get these vegan, earth-friendly materials into the hands of famous designers,” she continued. “I’d rather go naked than wear animals.” Peta say that they will be launching their new ad campaign with the actress on a billboard located in Times Square ahead of the popular New Year’s Eve ball drop.
Alicia Silverstone Joins PETA
This isn’t the first time that the actress has gone nude for PETA, as she appeared naked for the nonprofit back in 2020. In that ad, the actress is seen emerging naked from a swimming pool while she names the positive points of banning meat from anyone’s diet. “I wasn’t always a vegetarian, but I’ve always loved animals,” she said at the time. “Physically, the effect has been amazing.”
Earlier this year, Silverstone was also featured in PETA’s “Good as Hell” campaign with her 11-year-old son, Bear Blu. The organization set the campaign video set to Lizzo’s 2016 hit song back in July. The video urges people to stop eating animal products and follow a vegan diet.