Buff and in the buff: Miley Cyrus' ex-boyfriend Justin Gaston goes nude for PETA

Clearly these ads have a lot to say. Contemporary society's male dominated objectification of women is challenged in a provocative gender reversal which is emphasized by the use of over-sexualized teenager Miley Cyrus' former intimate companion.

But also, and more importantly, it features two buff guys in the buff.

I applaud PETA for going above and beyond in making these photos more racy than normal, and for providing me with my new desktop wallpaper.

A video of the photo shoot can be seen here.

WARNING: Video has little to no nudity. Watch at your own risk. (In other words, if you're looking for something for your spank bank, go with the photos).



known for their controversial ads featuring naked women protesting the wearing of fur, have managed to produce another series of racy photographs.

New ads for PeTA's “Rather Go Naked Than Wear Fur Campaign” feature Miley Cyrus' ex-boyfriend Justin Gaston in the buff, along side equally nude If I Can Dream co-stars Ben Elliott and Giglianne Braga.

At first, I wasn't sure how having a three way was supposed to help animals, so I decided I must study every detail, every nuance of these ads to grasp the significance behind them. I really had to look close. I mean, for intellectual purposes.

More photos after the break.

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