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The phrase "I'd rather go naked than wear fur" has been credited to celebrities -- in various states of undress -- from Pamela Anderson to Eva Mendes, Pink and Dennis Rodman. But after almost 30 years, the animal rights group that convinced dozens of stars to strip down for anti-fur ads is retiring its famous campaign. With a growing number of labels, designers and retailers distancing themselves from animal skins in recent years, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals PETA believes that its long-running awareness campaign is no longer necessary. Christina Applegate shot by Robert Sebree in Credit: Peta.

See the Celebrities Who Have Posed Nude for PETA's Anti-Fur Campaigns

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From vegetarians and animal rights champions to "reformed" fur wearers and budding environmentalists, celebs have long appeared in PETA's print advertisements and videos. Many of these celebrities are often featured nude, which has led to criticism from feminist groups that claim these images objectify women and rely on oppressive "sex sells" ideologies. Others claim it's empowering when women choose to flaunt their bodies in order to convey a message dear to their hearts. Whatever your personal feelings on PETA's nude ads, there's no denying that they're effective in drawing attention. You might be surprised by some of the stars who've gone nude for the cause. From Taraji P. Henson to Christina Applegate, here are some of the celebs who dared to bare it in the name of animal rights.

18 times PETA ads have used nudity, gore, and sacrilege to get your attention

Subscriber Account active since. Editor's note: This story contains graphic images showing fake blood and props representing mutilated animals. The animal-rights organization does a lot of "shockvertising" : using controversial images to burrow a message into your brain, by way of nearly naked people, bloody animal corpses, or an intensely dark sense of humor. PETA revels in its audacity, putting together websites to promote ads that have been banned or rejected. Though they turn heads, critics say these ads cross the line into vulgarity.
As PETA's anti-fur ads come to an end, take a look back at all the stars, from Bethenny Frankel to Pamela Anderson, who have stripped down to advocate for animal rights. The rising model, 22, followed in her mom Kim Basinger's footsteps by posing nude for PETA after she became one of the first stars to strip down in a statement against fur back in The Emmy-award winner is the most recent celebrity to strip down in the name of PETA's anti-fur campaign. Anderson wears nothing but a smile and cat ears to support the animal-rights organization's message: "I'd rather go naked than wear fur.