Vegetarians Never Get Cold

Snow doesn't stop PETA and pals from baring it all

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    Here, let us lend you our hats. It's the least we can do.

    We've seen PETA's Bare-It-All ads and we've seen PETA's Playmate pals walking around Capitol Hill in their skivvies. But baring it all during a major snowstorm?

    Yes, as promised, Christian Serratos was at the Govinda Gallery in Georgetown during the unveiling of Serratos' PETA 'Fur? I'd Rather Go Naked' poster, part of the PETA's "Naked Ambition: 20 Years of PETA's Sexy Celebrity Ads" exhibit at the gallery on M Street NW.

    Serratos and her PETA co-horts, Michelle Cho and Jack Ryan, pranced around in the snow, showing off their PETA ads and acting like the region wasn't in the midst of a major snowstorm/blizzard.

    Serratos, who was born and raised in Southern California, stayed semi-sensibly snug in her black, short-sleeved turtleneck sweater, black pants and boots.

    Cho, PETA special projects manager, and Ryan, however, took it all off. Well, almost. They did keep their underwear on, which at least kept their assets sufficiently covered. (Ahem.)

    So good for them standing up for what they believe in. But really guys, haven't you heard of fake fur coats?