PETA makes fun of eating disorders

November 29, 2006

Nicole Richie and Ashley Olsen are feeling the wrath of PETA and their worst dressed list. Not only are they being called bad dressers they are also being made fun of for their thin frame.

“This pelt-wearing party girl is all animal skin and bones,” notes the animal rights group. “She’s an incredible shrinking woman with the heart to match.”

Ashley Olsen is the runner-up. “Wearing fur does add 20 pounds,” PETA says, “but if Ashley wants to fill out her frame, we suggest using a fork instead.”

I am all for an organization having a cause and standing up for their beliefs, but do two wrongs make a right? Is there a reason why PETA has to insult a serious medical condition to prove a point? What if a celebrity in a wheelchair happened to sport some fut would they make a comment about getting up and walking? Maybe if PETA didn’t have sexy playmates sport around naked it would help to improve the self image of some people and solve eating disorders thus leading less of a need for warm fur!

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The poor girl needs the fur to stay warm!
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