Well, they’re at it again.
America’s Next Top Model winner Whitney Thompson and our own Chenese Lewis—who last month raised eyebrows by posing nude together for the Hollywood Chapter of the National Organization for Women’s Fifth Annual Love Your Body Day—are using their star power for another good cause.
Earlier this month, the dynamic duo slipped into celebrity photog Adam Bouska‘s L.A. studio to shoot a series of pics for his NOH8 (pronounced “No Hate”) campaign, a grassroots movement supporting same-sex marriage in the state of California.
What you see here is an exclusive peek at Whitney (r.) and Chenese’s twist on the two-year-old effort. That by painting NOH8 on their bods as well as on their faces.
“We’re combining the Love Your Body and NOH8 campaigns to demonstrate acceptance not only of all body types but of everyone’s sexuality,” Chenese, who hosts BlogTalkRadio’s ever-popular PLUS Model Radio, tells us.
She also reveals that, in the wake of her Love Your Body Day campaign, a number of haters bombarded her and Whitney’s in-the-buff pics with homophobic comments.
“Since I’m not gay—nor is Whitney—we haven’t experienced that type of discrimination before,” says Chenese.
“But let me tell you, it was shocking and hurtful to both of us.”
Click here to check out the NOH8 website.
Click here to check out the Love Your Body Day website.
Click here to tune into Whitney Thompson’s PLUS Model Radio interview.