By Carly Stern For Dailymail. Some women send nude selfies to their significant others — but when it comes to stripping down on camera, Alicia Silverstone seems to only have eyes for PETA. The year-old Clueless star has gotten naked once again for the animal rights organization, this time to protest the use of wool in fashion.
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Refuses to appear nude in any of her movies. She requires a body double in her place for nude scenes. Moreover, when starring in the stage version of "The Graduate," she insisted on wearing underwear for the famous nude scene. The producers were forced to let her do this because, otherwise, she would have resigned from the show. Was offered the role of Valerie Malone, on Beverly Hills, Since it was the beginning of her career, Alicia turned it down, and Tiffani Thiessen got the role instead. Her father was born in London, to an Ashkenazi Jewish family. Her mother, who is originally from Scotland, converted to Judaism.
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Along with fur and leather, Alicia Silverstone would like you stop wearing wool. And to get you to do it, she's going nude. Well, PG nude. In a new ad for PETA, the actress is photographed in nothing but her birthday suit while standing in a forest with the accompanying tagline: "I'd rather be naked than wear wool. Of course, based on PETA's ever-expanding list of things you shouldn't wear, going naked may soon be the only option. According to the accompanying video , the reason for the wool protest—and for your chance to see Cher Horowitz's bare bottom—is that sheep shearing can be a brutal process that causes sheep to get wounded. Silverstone's suggested alternative, then, is to opt for vegan-friendly fabrics instead. Which is a nice idea, except that vegan-friendly fabric production can often be quite harmful to the environment. Faux leather, for instance, is usually made from either PVC or polyurethane, both of which use toxic chemicals in their production. Same with most forms of synthetic fabrics, like polyester.