How would you define sexy? Do you go along with a thought that ‘sexiness corresponds on the compassionate spirit and perceptive understanding of a person?’
Every Hollywood maven has a charitable foundation that she benevolently supports – whether it’s about carrying the rainbow flags of LGBT through community assemblies and donning with nothing on for posters as they wrangle for animal cruelty. Almost all of the well-famed luminaries keep spreading the awareness on food crisis and unprocessed diets, but one heath concern has a lot of media personalities were lurching on; and that is, HIV/AIDS.
Many highly distinguished people are campaigning to properly disseminate the awareness of this dangerous disease that distresses millions of lives worldwide.
Let’s take a glimpse on rousing movie maidens who are not just strikingly stunning but wonderfully activists of life that help out proliferating knowledge about the aforementioned dreadful woe.
When she was 18 years old, she graced the centerfold of men’s magazine where young Rebekka dubbed as the Playboy Playmate of the Month (September 1986). In 1994, the low-profile film actress made an announcement that she’s HIV-positive, Rebecca was diagnosed when she was 22. Her revelation became headlines on broadsheets worldwide. The former playboy model becomes infected with the retrovirus when she was in high school during a casual unsafe sex. Armstrong’s experience is characterized as inspiring, honest and one of a kind. She endures her life as a vegan, competitive bodybuilder, and HIV/AIDS educator.
In 2010, sexy blonde actress Pamela Anderson joined forces in the protest against the annual seal hunting in Canada. She also used her celebrity status as she helps people who are affected by AIDS/HIV. The Baywatch star became a spokesperson for MAC Cosmetic’s MAC AIDS Fund. The former showgirl reigned as one of the sex icons during the 90s.
The modern day blonde bombshell Scarlett Johansson professes that she underwent two AIDS/HIV tests a year. She revealed in an interview in October 2006, “It’s part of being a decent human, to be tested for STDs. It’s just disgusting behavior when people don’t. It’s so irresponsible.” ScarJo journeyed to Rwanda with the (RED) campaign to visit AIDS orphanages, to raise awareness and financial assistance to fight the deadly disease.
She is famously known as the Rumpus of Love, as she engaged in more than five unsuccessful marriages. In 1985, the British-born actress started her crusade on behalf of AIDS sufferers, when one of his friends, Rock Hudson, died from an AIDS-related illness. Elizabeth Taylor auctioned off her most valuable 33-Carat Diamond Bauble engagement ring gifted by Richard Burton to raise money for HIV/AIDS charitable foundation. Legendary leading lady Liz once said, “It is bad enough that people are dying of AIDS, but no one should die of ignorance.”