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Adult Film Star Sasha Grey Just Says No To Sex In New PETA Ad

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SashaGreyTrue, sex is probably the last thing you’d expect adult film star Sasha Grey to be speaking out against, but that’s exactly what she’s doing in a brand new PETA advertisement.

The nookie-free poster — which is geared towards helping people spay and neuter their animals — was revealed yesterday at the Adult Entertainment Expo in Las Vegas.

About the campaign, Grey says:

“I think spaying and neutering is incredibly important. [I]t keeps the animals out of the shelters and there’s too many unwanted animals out there already.”

We couldn’t agree more!

Grey, while speaking out about the importance of spaying and neutering, is unlikely to speak out against the viewing of porn (on sites like http://www.vrpornmovies.net/), as it is her bread and butter.

What do you think about Sasha’s hot new sex-free ad? See a full photo of the ad after the jump, chime in, and share your thoughts!

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