Gay icon Tori Spelling, her husband, actor Dean McDermott, and their two children are being featured in the NOH8 Campaign against Proposition 8, California's gay marriage ban.

The whole family was pictured with their mouths duct taped and “NOH8” written on one cheek.

Three-year-old Liam and Stella, 2, are shown brandishing “NOH8” on their arms as well.

“The McDermotts explained the importance of the photo to their children Liam and Stella, talking about how they were standing up for everybody's right to celebrate their love and to be equal in the eyes of the law,” notes for the family portraits say. “The kids happily obliged, eagerly asking for their own NOH8 tattoos and sporting the duct tape like their proud parents.”

Thirty-seven-year-old Spelling is a marriage equality advocate. At a gay couple's request, the actress became an ordained minister to officiate at their wedding.

She can be seen in the gay-themed romantic comedy Kiss the Bride, now on DVD.

“I'm a huge fan of gays,” Spelling told Reuters news service. “They love me; I love them. They consider me kind of a gay icon, which they've labeled me as.”

McDermott, 43, is a Canadian actor best known for playing Constable Turnbull on the television series Due South.

The pair met in 2005 while filming a made-for-television movie and married a year later.

Other famous families involved in the NOH8 Campaign include: Isiah Thomas, men's basketball coach of the Florida International University Golden Panthers, and his son, Joshua Zeke Thomas, and Cindy McCain, wife of Arizona Senator John McCain, and their daughter Meghan, a pro-gay Republican.