NOH8 serves fierce equality face in Atlanta

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With plenty of duct tape, white t-shirts and the everlasting energy of creator Adam Bouska, the popular NOH8 Campaign returned to Atlanta on Saturday for a crowd of hundreds.

More than 500 people moved through the cavernous Jungle to get their image snapped by Bouska, who founded the photo campaign with his partner Jeff Parshley in the wake of the Prop 8 campaign in 2008 to ban gay marriage in California. We showed you 17 ways to serve NOH9 face on Saturday and you delivered. 

In 2011, a NOH8 open shoot drew a crowd of 800 people.

Bouska, who partnered with HRC for Saturday's event, was all smiles after the session wrapped.


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