Why Are These Beauty Queens Butt-Naked?
Former Miss USAs go buff for PETA
The first thought: airbrush much? For a campaign that's centered on the tagline "Feel beautiful in your own skin, and let animals keep theirs," it's kinda ironic that untold man-hours probably went into the re-touching and Photoshopping of these gorgeous girls. How many so-called "flaws" were sacrificed in the making of this picture?
Related: See The Latest Before/After Airbrushing Controversy
If Miss USA is supposed to be "confidently beautiful," how does posing naked or relying on airbrushed perfection fit that idea?
And speaking of airbrushing, did you hear that a major department store announced that they will no longer airbrush ads?
What do you think about PETA's anti-fur campaign?
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