PETA’s proclivities regarding advertising (see here, here, here, and here), make me suspicious as to why they would deviate with this poster featuring Cloris Leachman:

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Feminocracy ponders the question:

Now perhaps she didn’t want to pose nude, perhaps she objected to this treatment of women like meat to protest the consumption of meat and the use of fur, however, given the way our society views aging and the way we view older women – I highly doubt Peta would have run the ad if Cloris had wanted to be naked.  Placing Cloris in a lettuce dress reaffirms the sentiment behind their previous ads – that the female body is meant for consumption, and when that body begins to show age, it must be covered to protect our sensibilities…

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