Damon Lindelof, a co-writer of the upcoming film Star Trek Into Darkness, has joined the NOH8 Campaign, which raises awareness and funds for gay rights causes, including ending California's 2008 voter-approved gay marriage ban, Proposition 8.

The campaign's Adam Bouska and his partner Jeff Parshley photograph celebrities, politicians, professional athletes and everyday folks with their mouths duct taped and the campaign's familiar “NOH8” slogan often written on one cheek.

The NOH8 Campaign released Lindelof's photo in a tweet.

“This issue is about equality, pure and simple,” Lindelof is quoted as saying in the message.

The 39-year-old Lindelof is best known as the co-creator and showrunner of the ABC drama Lost. He also co-wrote Cowboys & Aliens and Prometheus.

Celebrities who have recently joined the NOH8 Campaign include Ricki Lake, Nate Ruess, Jack Antonoff and Andrew Dost of the band fun, Glee's Alex Newell, singer Ricky Martin, actress Lana Parrilla, actor LeVar Burton, Minnesota Vikings punter Chris Kluwe, singer LeAnn Rimes, actor Taye Diggs, actor James Van Der Beek, actress Aisha Tyler, Glee's Nene Leakes, singer Miley Cyrus, Hot in Cleveland's Valerie Bertinelli, Wendie Malick and Jane Leeves, singer Courtney Love and Meghan and Cindy McCain.