PETA, short for People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals has enlisted dozens of celebrities over the years for their campaigns.
Watson, who is a well-known pin-up girl who has semi-naked in lad magazines like FHM, is a devout vegan. She eats no meat.
Her latest poster shows her naked from behind with her butt, breasts and thighs dominating the view. She’s marked up like a side of beef to show that we all share the same parts, more or less.
“Animals are so much more than just ‘breasts’, ‘thighs’ and ‘rumps,'” she said in a statement.
“They’re smart, inquisitive individuals with their own unique personalities, and I can’t imagine eating any one of them,” she adds.
“I hope that my new campaign will help other people make the same decision.”
This is her second campaign for the animal rights group. Her previous campaign rolled out in January.
It featured her sitting naked in a side profile on a sofa with her arm and leg covering her strategic parts in PETA’s anti-fur campaign.
Laura Vandervoort was the most recent actress to shed her clothes for animal rights. She was part of PETA’s campaign against alleged abuses of killer whales at SeaWorld entertainment parks.
Kym Johnson, Joanna Krupa, Italian model Elisabetta Canalis, Olivia Munn and “Twilight’s” Christian Serratos are among celebrities who have taken part in recent campaigns.
On the other hand, celebs like Nicole Ritchie, Kim Kardashian, Lady Gaga and Rihanna have been slammed by the group for wearing furs.
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