Have you ever felt strongly enough about a cause to exercise your 1st Amendment right to protest about it?

Well you are not alone—there are celebrity protesters who feel the same and are willing to get their hands dirty, putting their money where their mouth is.

Texas Students Plan Dildo Protest Over New Gun Law

First Leonardo DiCaprio dis-invested in fossil fuels, and then Quentin Tarantino flew in to New York City to join the crowds that were protesting for three days in the streets peacefully.

LGBT Community Protests Booking Of Iggy Azalea At Music Festival

The march on October 24, called "RiseUpOctober" happened in Washington Square Park, and was in protest against police brutality.  A New York City police officer's union called for a boycott of Tarantino's films, but it doesn't appear to have garnered much support—half a dozen officers told UK newspaper The Guardian that the Pulp Fiction director could march where and when he liked and they could watch what they liked!

Angry Passenger Strips Naked In Airport Protest!

From John Lennon refusing to get out of bed to Jane Fonda's Vietnam war protests, famous people can be spotted in many movements, its nothing new. Just check below to see other celebrities standing up for what they believe in.

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