Founded by Abam Bouska, the NO H8 Campaign has the support of various artists since it was created in November 2008. The award winning American fashion photographer has started the campaign as a response to banning gay marriage in California. Daily, more and more celebrities are on his side and lately, the Kardashians are on the board to.

The silent photo campaign of Adam Lambert presents celebrities and mediocre people with duct tape on their mouth, featuring No H8 painted on their cheeks. This way, they are supporting the idea of a greater tolerance in sexual orientation and trying to repeal Proposition 8.

The latest celebs to join the honorable campaign that supports gay marriage are the famous Kardashian sister: Khloe, Kim and Kourtney. All the three of them blogged about it and showed how much they support the issue. Khloe writes about how she would feel is she couldn't marry Lamar, Kim about love in general as winning over H8 and Kourtney thinks about her child to be born that wants to have the chance to choose who to get married with.

The Kardashians for NOH8 Campaign

Other celebrities who joined the cause are: Isaiah Washington, Michael Emerson,Kim Zolciak, Lisa Bloom, Gloria Allred, Debi Mazar, Christopher Gorham and his family, Kevin Frazier, Lisa Edelstein, Suzanne Westenhoefer, Debbie Gibson, Ashlee Simpson and Pete Wentz, Rachel Sterling, Tara Reid, Steve- O, Mark Hoppus, Christine Cavalieri, Cher, Tila Tequila and the list goes on.

The campaign started with everyday faces of California, but when celebrities started supporting the cause, military personnel, directors and even politicians have got their NO H8 portrait. The photo project is the opportunity to take a historical stand for your rights and make sure we are all equal. You can support the campaign to, by taking a picture of yourself and posting it on social pages as a profile picture.