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Celebrities Get Bruised For Act Campaign

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It’s all Photoshopped, though. TV host Fiona Bruce, actress Honor Blackman, and makeup artist Jemma Kidd are just some of the women who have signed up to be part of Women’s Aid‘s anti-domestic violence campaign. In the ads, the women’s faces were digitally altered to make it appear as though they’re victims of a physically abusive relationship. Celebrities were chosen to send the message that abuse can happen to anybody.

Act is actually an acronym for the steps women should take if they’re in an abusive relationship.

• Admit that the abuse is taking place
• Call it by its name. It is domestic violence and it is a crime
• Talk to someone.

Click here to view the Photoshopped images as well as the women’s thoughts on the issue.

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