Latino Celebrities Involved With The NoH8 Campaign

Jane the Virgin star Andrea Navedo recently posed for the NoH8 Campaign. Navedo, along with countless other stars, have posed for the campaign in protest of Proposition 8, which banned same-sex marriage in the state of California in 2008. The iconic photographs feature celebrities with duct tape over their mouths — a symbol of the voices being silenced by Prop 8.

More than 33,000 faces have taken a stance against discrimination as part of the NoH8 Campaign, including these Latino celebrities: 

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1. Andrea Navedo

The Puerto Rican beauty said in a statement: "Tolerance implies a respect for another person, not because he is wrong or even because he is right, but because he is human.’ #ICanAndIWill support peace and equality for all!” 

2. Guillermo Diaz

The Cuban-American actor posed for NoH8 after telling Out magazine that he always felt he had to hide his orientation while growing up. Now a star on Scandal, the actor's impact upon the LGBT community can still be felt. 

3. Wilson Cruz

You may remember Wilson Cruz from He’s Just Not that Into You and many other well-known films. Cruz has served as an advocate for gay youth for years, and many of his roles have been inspired by his pride in his sexuality. 

4. Christian Serratos

Christian Serratos, who currently plays Rosita Espinosa on The Walking Dead, hails from California. As a native of the state, it’s clear why she wanted to pose in support of the campaign.  

5. Tony Plana

Born in Cuba, Tony Plana, who starred on Ugly Betty, is also active in other political arenas, such as immigration reform. 

 

6. Perez Hilton

Perez Hilton has often used his blog as a platform for the LGBT community, so it's no surprise he wanted to be photographed in support of NoH8. 

7. Ana Ortiz

Devious Maids actress Ana Ortiz works in support of many social issues, including domestic violence and LGBT equality.