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Bo Derek: A Little Hypocritical?

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A recent article about her cosmetic surgery at Make Me Heal mentioned that Bo Derek, screen vixen star of sultry films such as “10,” is both an animal rights activist–and a hunter. Squinting to make sure I’d read right, I immediately did a quick search for more sources.

There’s not a whole lot about Bo the Huntress online; but according to Celebrity Wonder, the actress campaigned against the killing of horses overseas for food, launched her own line of dog products–and is a member of the NRA who regularly hunts. Um, WTF? To me, it just seems a little off the mark when you think eating horses is cruel while shooting wild animals is good clean fun. Plus, she’s a big supporter of the Bush Administration, whose animal rights record is hazy to say the least. A little consistency, Bo?

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