LGBT and Community Media Go Purple For #SpiritDay!

A number of LGBT-focused blogs, news websites and media outlets, as well as community media outlets, are going purple for #SpiritDay! Check out your favorite sources for LGBT-related stories and communtiy media showing their support for LGBT youth and standing against bullying by going purple!

Queerty has turned its website purple and included a banner to let readers know that "Queerty Supports #SpiritDay":

Washington, DC-based LGBT newspaper The Washington Blade is going puple in support of LGBT youth and to stand against bullying in its print logo, web logo and on social media:

The Advocate turned its logo purple for Spirit Day:

The Gay Voices section of The Huffington Post went purple:

Out magaizine turned its online logo purple:

Out Traveler also went purple:

SheWired turned its logo purple and went purple on social media:

ThinkProgressLGBT staff went purple:

LGBTQ Nation turned its website purple:

Gay.net went purple and took a poll on who advocates and allies would participate in #SpiritDay:

Gay.com went purple on its website:

Instinct Magazine turned its photos purple:

The Seattle Lesbian went purple on Facebook:

Frontiers LA went purple and shared graphics for #SpiritDay:

Orgullo LGBT, a Spanish language LGBT media wesbite, went purple and shared information about #SpiritDay:

El Salvador G, a Spanish language LGBT media website, went purple:

Enehache, a Spanish language media website, went purple and shared GLAAD's Spanish language #SpiritDay graphic:

Take Part went purple and shared information about #SpiritDay:

Diversity News went purple with a #SpiritDay banner from GLAAD:

Queer Women of Color Media went purple on social media:

Autostraddle featured a blog post about how to go purple for #SpiritDay in style:

Mombian.com went purple on social media and blogged about #SpiritDay:

Boyculture tweeted support for #SpiritDay:

Joe of JoeMyGod went purple and posted a photo:

See more of GLAAD's #SpiritDay media partners at: http://www.glaad.org/spiritday/media!

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