Gay Atlanta shows we’re all love, NOH8

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When photographer Adam Bouska is in Atlanta, he knows he’ll draw a crowd in the City Too Busy To Hate. True to form, the LGBTs and allies lined up in droves for the latest shoot in the photographer’s NOH8 campaign.

Folks arrived to the W Midtown in requisite white attire and got NOH8 stickers applied to their cheeks. When the time came, they duct-taped up their mouths for a signature moment in the spotlight with Bouska. It’s always a popular event in Atlanta.

The campaign originated to combat the anti-gay marriage law Proposition 8 in California and remains a symbol of non-bias against LGBT people.

Photos by Russ Youngblood


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