Leigh Francis and Jack Whitehall are among the stars showing their support for a new social media campaign aiming to end judgment over autism.
The #JudgeyFace campaign was was started by mother Louise Williams, who grew tired of seeing disapproving looks from strangers about the behaviour of her autistic son.
-- Louise W was Gurr (@biscuitnose) May 8, 2016
In her blog, Louise said: "They are judging him, for being a bit unusual and me for not doing something about it".
Louise put out a call for people to "show us your #JudgeyFace, then lose it for good" by challenging them to pull the most scornful face they can then take a selfie and share it on social media.
-- Leigh Francis (@LeighFrancis) May 9, 2016
-- JJ Hamblett (@JJHamblett) May 13, 2016
-- Nat Autistic Society (@Autism) May 13, 2016
-- Charlotte Ritchie (@Charitchie) May 12, 2016
-- NAS Cymru (@NASCymru) May 12, 2016
-- Rick Edwards (@rickedwards1) May 11, 2016
Top #JudgeyFace Tips
1. Furrow your brow
2. Screw your nose
3. Curl your lip
(Eye roll optional) pic.twitter.com/S55QUqp2I3
-- Nat Autistic Society (@Autism) May 12, 2016
Through #JudgeyFace, Louise and the National Autistic Society aim to increase awareness about autism and the 700,000 people living with it in the UK.