When I first saw this, I wondered if it was April Fool's Day, but it's not. And it turns the unimaginable is, in fact, true: Pamela Anderson has an editorial in the Wall Street Journal.
We're closer to them than they are to gorillas, so when I see chimpanzees being used as on-screen comedians, dressed up in silly costumes to sell credit cards, I think, Is this any way to treat a relative?
While I am in agreement with much in the article about the mistreatment of animals, this is an example of someone living in a glas house throwing stones. Hasn't Ms. ANderson spent much of her career "dressed up in silly costumes" (when she's dressed at all) in order to sell advertisers' products?