Celebrities against dating violence
He too partnered withe the "Real Men" campaign in the effort to end domestic violence.
He told Cosmopolitan UK that it's important to understand that getting away from your abuser is not always as easy as walking out the door.
It can leave lifelong scars both physically and emotionally.
It doesn't matter who you are, where you live, or who your partner is—any form of abuse is not okay, and these 10 male celebrities have decided to use their star power to fight for the end of domestic violence. But our hits, our anger, our aggressive behaviors need to be regulated and confined to the field," Wilson said.
Domestic violence not only harms the victims, but also children involved or other family members or friends who are forced to watch the suffering.
It's violent or aggressive behavior within the home, typically involving the violent abuse of a spouse or partner.
Unfortunately, domestic violence affects 20 people per minute in the US, which totals to 10 million people per year, according to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence.
"The idea behind Pass the Peace is simple: It’s a promise. "I wanted to take part in this campaign because it's so easy to forget the many women who live their lives in fear because of domestic violence.
Men have an important role to play in sending out the message that real men do not hurt or abuse their partners." —Ian Somerhalder British actor and radio DJ Reggie Yates, best known for his role as Leo Jones in Doctor Who and for his work at BBC in radio and television, also chose to take part in the "Real Men" campaign against domestic violence.