Kim Cattrall is the newest celebrity to take part in PETA's Fur Coat Donation program, having just agreed to donate all the furs she'll wear in the upcoming Sex and the City movie. According to PETA representative Michael McGraw, "the only people who can be excused for wearing fur are the homeless - to keep warm during the winter," and that's exactly where Kim's furs will go in a few weeks. The donations sound noble, except for one piece of information: The New York Post reports that the "donated skins will be marked with a red X on the back". It's good to know that PETA's charity only goes so far - it's okay for the less fortunate to keep warm in winter, as long as they're stigmatized with PETA's self-righteous version of the Scarlet Letter, right?
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PETA's newest "I'd Rather Go Naked Than Wear Fur" campaign star has an interesting claim to fame: he used to date Marc Jacobs. The former model had