Cuts of Meat 

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, fans of using brutal images of mistreated animals to endorse the vegetarian lifestyle, came to Sixth and Broad streets June 20 with a more seductive aesthetic, to the amusement of corn-dog-eating construction workers.

Activist Hope Round, sporting a bandanna and "volcano red" nail polish and labeled like a butcher's chart — "breast," "shoulder" and the ever-alluring "soup bone" — represents PETA's efforts to associate vegetarians with sexiness. This includes almost-nude ads of Pamela Anderson, annual "World's Sexiest Vegetarian" awards and on-the-street campaigns. (Did we mention the stunt involving two women wearing lingerie and making out on a mattress?) S

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