by MPD
Categories: Animals, Causes
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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!

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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  • Beth E. Smith

    Whatever WORKS! I want to know what Bob Barker has to say about it.

  • Kelly

    I’m not a fan of these naked ads anyway, but this one is just plain boring. Whats up with the washed out gray photo? And the font is plain and white. It’s very, blah. — At least if you’re going to flash naked people all over, try to make it exciting. Heh!

  • Adri

    I think it’s understated and sexy. Very nice.

  • jamie lynn

    PETA + Adult film stars? Guess you might at well put all your “PLEASE PAY ATTENTION TO ME’s” in one basket, eh?

  • james

    Yup, nice roll model.

    If you don’t think porn is bad for women, I guess men would say . . . good!

  • BP

    Sasha Grey should shit or get off the pot- she’s a practicing porn actor that makes motions toward being legit- I see this as another grope toward the legit film industry- or maybe just perhaps groping to be a more legit celebrity? She IS talented beyond stuffing everything AND the kitchen sink up that lovely keister. But why not show us your real acting talents minus the amazingly-tired-after-5-minutes-rectal-derby. There’s a certain panache with her being, I’d love to see it come out in films of the real movie industry.

    Go PETA!

    • Defiant

      LOL….watched quite a few of her films, have you? ;)

      • Van Sanden

        I think he made it pretty clear he has, and has no problem with that, apparently you think he should.

        You’re trying to shame him after he’s clearly demonstrated, he’s willing to speak honestly about it.

        How many people are willing to be so honest?

  • VeggieTart

    Right, no sex, so she poses naked in an ad for PETA, like hundreds of women have before.

  • Defiant

    I think it would be much more appropriate for a campaign to spay & neuter humans (which would also be a very good idea).

  • Pete

    I think this may go down as Petas Porn Star Faux Pas
    Only time will tell.

  • come si come ca

    lets not forget about this:

    1. The Japanese are whaling in violation of the International Whaling Commission’s global moratorium on commercial whaling. The IWC scientific committee does not recognize the research that the Japanese are using as an excuse.
    2. The Japanese are killing whales in the internationally recognised Southern Ocean Sanctuary for whales.
    3. The Japanese are killing whales unlawfully in the Australian Antarctic Territory (Australian Law – Federal Court judgement January 2008 under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999)
    4. The Japanese are targeting fin whales and humpback whales. One is listed as an endangered species and the other listed as a threatened species. This is a violation of CITES, the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora, of which both Japan and Australia are signatories.
    5. The Japanese are in violation of IWC regulation 19. (a) The IWC regulations in the Schedule to the Convention forbid the use of factory ships to process any protected stock: 19. (a) It is forbidden to use a factory ship or a land station for the purpose of treating any whales which are classified as Protection Stocks in paragraph 10. Paragraph 10(c) provides a definition of Protection Stocks and states that Protection Stocks are listed in the Tables of the Schedule. Table 1 lists all the baleen whales, including minke, fin and humpback whales and states that all of them are Protection Stocks.
    6. The IWC regulations specifically ban the use of factory ships to processy any whales except minke whales: Paragraph 10(d) provides: “(d) Notwithstanding the other provisions of paragraph 10 there shall be a moratorium on the taking, killing or treating of whales, except minke whales, by factory ships or whale catchers attached to factory ships. This moratorium applies to sperm whales, killer whales and baleen whales, except minke whales.”
    7. the presence of military/ security forces breaches the Antarctic treaty
    8. the whaling fleet regularly refuels in the treaty zone below 60 degrees south in breach of the Antarctic treaty. In October 2008 the whaling fleet’s refueling and cargo vessel, Oriental Bluebird, was deflagged following a ruling by Panamian Authorities. The maximum fine of 10,000 Balboas (US$10,000) was imposed on the owners of the ship, Hiyo Shipping Co. Ltd, in Japan who on October 8th removed its Panamanian registration and flag. Japan has ratified an international treaty which seeks to end the practice of ‘re-flagging’ vessels in order to circumvent international environmental law.
    9. the Whaling fleet fails to submit Environmental Management Plans in case of a maritime disaster in the Treaty zone which breaches the Antarctic treaty. The Nisshin Maru factory ship caught fire in 2007 losing all power including to its engines. One crew member died. An environmental disaster was threatened, but did not eventuate.

  • Van Sanden

    PETA pretty much lost all credibility after they went after the President for killing a fly…seriously PETA no one loves flies, no one has a shortage of flies, no one wants flies. Pick something relevant to speak-up about next time.