Schools and student organizations across the world are "going purple" this Spirit Day to show their LGBT students that they have support.
Millions of Americans wear purple on Spirit Day as a sign of support for LGBT youth and to speak out against bullying. http://glaad.org/spiritday
Yesterday, many trans celebrities and advocates went purple for Spirit Day to take a stand against bullying and show their support for LGBT youth!
Wells Fargo's LGBT Segment Manager, Enterprise Marketing, John Lake, weighs in on the importance of preventing LGBT bullying.
"While every candidate running for President doesn't agree with us on issues of equality and acceptance for all LGBT people, certainly we can all agree that no kid deserves to be bullied or harassed simply for being who they are,"
GLAAD's Spanish-Language and Latino Media team has been reaching out to Latino celebrities, including many who star in Spanish-Language shows seen in the U.S. but also internationally, asking them to participate in Spirit Day. And they are stepping up to send a message of love and support to LGBT youth and against bullying.
Britney Spears will fly one lucky #SpiritDay supporter and a friend to Vegas, where they'll get to see her Planet Hollywood show, "Britney: Piece of Me," and meet her backstage!
Sign the #SpiritDay pledge and you could win tickets to Troye Sivan's 'Blue Neighbourhood' LA premiere
Take the #SpiritDay pledge now and you could win a pair of tickets to the premiere screening of Troye Sivan's "Blue Neighbourhood" music video trilogy in Los Angeles.
GLAAD launches "Go Purple for #SpiritDay" app, powered by Toyota Financial Services!