Members of PETA (People for the ethical treatment of animals) gave downtown Rapid City quite the eyeful Tuesday.
The activists wore next to nothing and labeled their body parts to mimic a butcher's diagram.
The girls gained a lot of attention standing on the corner, with many people taking pictures or honking their horns.
But with their bold attire (or lack thereof) comes a powerful message.
"All animals have the same parts, whether it's a person, a pig or a chicken. We all have the capacity to feel fear and pain in the same way," said Leila Sleiman, PETA Assistant Campaigner.
"We've met a few vegans and lots of vegetarians in Rapid City! We're really hoping to encourage people by exposing our body parts, to consider the body parts they are eating every day," said Virginia Fort, PETA Senior Campaigner.
The PETA crew will make their way to Sioux Falls for a demonstration on Wednesday and then continue on to other locations throughout the country.