I figure Holly Madison would rather be naked than pretty much anything, so I won't discuss the photo. Anyway, I clicked a link which lead me to a page on the "Trollsen twins," Hairy-Kate and Trashley. Click the link and dick around. There's a video called Full House of Horrors (If I were Miller/Boyett, I'd sue.) and a game where you can dress the twins in bleeding animal furs. Look, I don't wear fur and I'm not condoning it. I don't personally kill animals. I don't even like Mary-Kate and Ashley. But isn't it mean of PETA to just make fun of how people look to support their views? Where are the ethics in calling people ugly? And most importantly, someone had to spend time making that copyright-infringing video and Flash game. Couldn't it have been spent doing something more beneficial to their cause instead of personally attacking two girls nobody gives a damn about anymore anyway? I have other problems with PETA, but Penn & Teller do a better job of pointing out hypocrisy than me.
Basically, don't donate money to PETA. Give it to cancer research and children's hospitals instead. I'd rather be naked than wear fur too, but that doesn't mean I support terrorism.