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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As a Major League Baseball umpire for the past 29 seasons, Dale Scott has worked three World Series, three All-Star Games, two no-hitters and numerous playoff games. He is also the first out active male official in the MLB, NBA, NHL, or NFL, and the first Major League Baseball umpire to publicly say he is gay while active.