Stella McCartney and PETA will co-host an antifur protest on virtual world Second Life beginning July 12. The peaceful protest will take place on a specially created island that will feature stables, a lake, picnic tables and Linda McCartney mini-veggie-burger stalls. Visitors to the island will receive a selection of antifur accessories for their Second Life character to wear; they can donate money in Linden dollars, the community's currency, which the animal rights group will be able to exchange for real U.S. dollars, and they will be able to dress their character in a T-shirt bearing the slogan "I'd rather be pixilated than wear fur." Visitors can also enter a competition to come up with alternatives to PETA's famous slogan, "I'd Rather Go Naked Than Wear Fur.'' The best three, judged by McCartney, will win prizes, including two tickets to her fashion show in Paris in October.