07 March 2012

PETA launches 2012 Sexiest Vegetarian Next Door contest

Being vegetarian is sexy; there is no doubt about that. What’s not to find enticing about someone who is kind and compassionate? Plus, vegetarians and vegans are typically slimmer than those who consume animal products since they’re not weighed down by greasy meat and dairy, so the list of positives is truly endless.

Comedians Russell Brand and Kristen Wiig took the crown for PETA’s 2011 Sexiest Vegetarian Alive contest, and now, PETA launches the 2012 Sexiest Vegetarian Next Door contest to give every sexy vegetarian and vegan the chance to win a trip for two to Hawaii.

One male and one female will be chosen, and each will be rewarded for their compassion, courtesy of PETA’s Member Advantage Program.

If you think you can win, make sure you enter now! The deadline to enter the contest is 12 PM EDT on March 26 and encourages all vegetarians and vegans to enter using the online form.

Public voting will open on April 2, and the finalists, consisting of ten males and ten females, will be notified and featured on PETA’s websites by 12 PM EDT on April 23. The public can then vote to determine the winners, which will end by 12 PM EDT on May 7. Finally, winners will be announced by May 14.

For more information on the contest, or to vote, please visit http://features.peta.org/sexiest-vegetarian-2012/ViewEntries.aspx.

Goodluck and let the sexiest vegetarian next door win!

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Minnesota Alexandra is a lover of all animals, but has a soft spot for especially dogs and rabbits. She believes that life is not complete without an animal to love. Alexandra is highly passionate about animals and animal rights, and wants to raise awareness of the cruelty that many animals suffer in the best way she knows how, and this is by written word. Alexandra is a recent graduate of Metropolitan State University in Minnesota, with a degree in Professional Writing and a minor in Creative Writing. She absolutely loves to write news and creative nonfiction, and obsesses over spelling and grammar.

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