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Hayley Hasselhoff: Topless for NOH8 Campaign!

Hayley Hasselhoff: Topless for NOH8 Campaign!

Actress Hayley Hasselhoff goes topless in this exclusive pic for the NOH8 Campaign, which helps raise awareness about marriage equality.

“I think the NOH8 campaign is outstandingly moving,” the 18-year-old daughter of David Hasselhoff told Just Jared. “The photographic protest created in response to the passage of Proposition 8, has been a huge topic in and out of the entertainment industry. I believe in the power of coming together to make an impact, so I am glad to be able to support such a powerful message.”

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41 Responses to “Hayley Hasselhoff: Topless for NOH8 Campaign!”

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  1. 1
    trill Says:

    I dont get why she has to be topless to express her support for the LGBT community?

  2. 2
    marq Says:

    With government reparations of some of the billions of dollars already spent on psychological warfare and mind control run through the powerful, now very consolidated media, (and with another antitrust consolidation wending its way between NBC and Comcast, even more powerful), with some of those billions paid as reparations, and made available to our stars themselves, we might stand a chance at rolling back some of the hate and psychosis, that’s been so relentlessly programmed by design. We might hold a Truth Commission, toward that end.

    In the mean time Hayley Hasselhoff and JustJared, thanks. You’re doing yeoman’s work.

  3. 3
    Brandon Hilton Says:

    you’ll notice that all the “celebs” who go topless/nude for this campaign are all the “fame whores” of Hollywood, the ones desperate for attention and press..

    true supporters keep their clothes on, and use their name and voice to make a change. sex doesnt always sell, and it certainly doesnt pass government bills!

  4. 4
    Brandon Hilton Says:

    notice that all the “celebs” who go topless/nude for this campaign are all the “fame whores” of Hollywood, the ones desperate for attention and press..

    true supporters keep their clothes on, and use their name and voice to make a change. sex doesnt always sell, and it certainly doesnt pass government bills!

  5. 5
    carla Says:

    She REALLY HAD TO BE TOPLESS for this. No really.

  6. 6
    wassup Says:

    at first glance i thought she was hayden panettiere

  7. 7
    Pat McKrotch Says:

    LOL. Amazing how the democratic process was allowed to work in CA on the topic of Prop. 8, yet the liberals didn’t like the result and have resulted to these ridiculous campaigns. Seems as though democracy is only worthy as long as the result is a favorable one; otherwise, America and its citizens are fascists. All the boobies and bums in the world won’t change the voters’ minds on this one.

  8. 8
    Jordan Says:

    “Yeah, I love the gays and stuff… and getting my picture taken”

    This is as bad as PETA’s celeb campaigns.

  9. 9
    Frosty Says:

    Daddy must be so proud.

  10. 10
    caden Says:

    An “actress”? Really?

  11. 11
    marq Says:

    So pray tell, you that are snickering, let’s have the discussion. What would be your perfect world? You seem to advocate for the status quo, but that center never holds. What would your ideal Utopia look like, if you could help fashion it right now?

  12. 12
    Kaz simply amazing! Pretty!!!!!!! Says:

    Wried at all :@

  13. 13
    marq Says:

    @Brandon Hilton: Perhaps you’re busy writing but in case you’re not, Did you mean that nudity equates to sex, or was that shorthand for “sex appeal”?

    And by “it certainly doesn’t pass government bills”, by “it”, do you mean using nudity as political expression to influence “anti-hate legislation”?

    Government has been complicit in the crime. My interpretation is that this is a fundamentally grass roots public awareness statement to address the existence of systemic hate and intolerance. I threw in the idea for reparations

    I can supply countless links to nude political parties and movements around the world, if you doubt such things exists.

    Hating nudity is only one aspect of hate. It gets expressed here about sexual orientation, hate also gets expressed here over age, over physical appearance, etc., ad nauseum

    So where do we start?

  14. 14
    marq Says:

    Okay, stepping out of our own personal bents, what evolutionary purpose does hate serve? Is that confined to an anthropological evolutionary purpose, or is it broader than that? Does sufficient hate guarantee depopulation of the species, for instance, toward the benefit of other forms of life? What purpose is hate serving to be so prevalent?

  15. 15
    Ismail Says:


    She looks like Hayden Panettiere!

  16. 16
    well duh Says:

    everyone else that took part in this campaign wore white shirts.. why the hell did she chose to go topless…WTH..totally diverts attention away from the cause dumbass

  17. 17
    Brandon Hilton Says:

    @marq: The campaign was initially created as a duct tape over the mouth/white v-neck t-shirt only photo that EVERYONE was supposed to wear, then suddenly the media whores took control and made it NUDE.

    Clearly you missed my point… (I have nothing against nudity, I do have something against taking a cause that actually stood for something and TURNING IT INTO A JOKE!)

  18. 18
    Berry Says:

    I also thought she was Hayden Pansomething

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    marq Says:

    @well duh: So then is it those we perceive as being “different” to which we direct hate? Is hate then a device whose purpose is to compel conformity? And even if not obviously directed from top-down, otherwise essentially achieved through something of a social echo chamber effect?

  20. 20
    marq Says:

    @Brandon Hilton: Is it fair to call your objection, “resentment”, owing to misrepresentation of the campaign organizer’s declared intent, in your understanding, which subsequently may have cast participants into something of a less favorable light, again, as perceived from your perspective?

    Or is it otherwise a question of yield, bang-for-the-buck, net effect? The process of art creation is one that evolves, that builds on itself. Project managers are generally familiar with the notion that projects tend to take on a life of their own, independent of the original intent of their authors.

    So is your criticism owing to the artists applying ‘one too many brush strokes’, and not knowing when to stop, thereby lessening the overall beauty of their work, with ‘a bit too much’, detracting from it?

  21. 21
    marq Says:

    As to the notion of social lockstep, of conformity, are you familiar with the word “decadence”, used as a pejorative? “DE-cadence”, literally out-of-step?

    Yet coloring “outside the lines” i.e., being original, doing and/or being something different, is both responsible for progress as well as regress. Without decadence, things would remain static, entropy set in, things would merely decay and then die. Decadence has become predominantly pejorative in use and understanding, out of an irrational fear of change. We become so accustomed to the familiar we cling to it and shun advances.

    That excessive fear of regress consequently paralyzes progress.

  22. 22
    Lalalove Says:

    This campaign it just an excuse for many of these celebs to take their clothes of in the name of “NO H8″.

  23. 23
    marq Says:

    Once again, focus seems to be on the act of nudity for the vehicle of attention, that is attracting derision, over the main message.

    And yet, in the most staunchly outspoken, nudity-centric, adamant circles of “social nudity”, “Young Naturists and Nudists America”, has recently challenged the old guard, AANR, (American Association for Nude Recreation), over relevance, for not representing the interests of young people. Interestingly, AANR, had itself, previously countered ASA, (American Sunbathing Association), over similar want of relevancy, for not adequately representing all interests.

  24. 24
    Bored with Bints Says:

    Total correct, she’s just trying to get in the media and get famous and attention by taking her clothes off stupid ****. She didn’t have to do that for her voice to be heard and support.

  25. 25
    Girl1 Says:

    totally agree she is just trying to get in the media, get famous and attention by taking her clothes off. She didn’t have to do this to show her support or get heard. She is using this as away to get noticed and probably doesn’t even care about the campane. Silly ****. Get some brains you dum peroxide head!!!!!

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