Jameson Latest Spokesmodel for PETA

Joanne Cachapero
NEW YORK — As rumors indicate that adult icon Jenna Jameson has eschewed the use of birth control for herself and boyfriend UFC fighter Tito Ortiz, the super starlet is currently featured in an advertising campaign for animal rights’ organization PETA [People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals] promoting animal birth control.

The alleged mom-to-be appears nude in a print ad that said, “Sometimes too much sex can be a bad thing.”

On the PETA website, Jameson is pictured at the top of a petition to end animal homelessness and is quoted saying, “"Until dogs and cats can go on the pill or wear condoms, we need to help them practice safe sex — by spaying and neutering."

"Millions of homeless animals are turned in to shelters every year because there simply aren’t enough good homes for them all,” Jameson added. “The answer is as easy as ABC: Animal Birth Control, which means get your Fido or Fluffy fixed."

Unlike many mainstream nonprofit organizations, PETA has called on adult stars and sex symbols to bring attention to their causes. Actress Pamela Anderson Lee has spoken out on PETA’s behalf, as well as adult icon Ron Jeremy, who is a well-known animal lover in his real life, even featuring his pet tortoise Cherry while he was a guest on MTV reality show “The Real World.”

For more information on PETA, visit the website.