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Near-nudity no longer enough to make Americans tolerate PETA

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PETA has been trotting out naked ladies to try to drum up sympathy for their cause for years, and often it's pretty successful, if you consider drawing a few pervs with cameras and the occasional honk from a passing pick-up a success. But yesterday's "Fur-Out, Love-In" stunt on the 16th Street Mall fell a little flat judging by the photos shot by Aaron Thackeray, who has a real nose for nudity.

The photos are mildly unsafe for work, depending whether your employer has a problem with seeing a fraction of a protester's areola on your monitor.

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