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Stories that show how athletes, teams, leagues, and journalists who cover the world of sports are dealing with LGBT-related issues
Two of the major sports leagues, the National Football League and Major League Baseball went purple during games schedule for Spirit Day.
World Wrestling Entertainment went purple for Spirit Day in a big way, led by the first openly gay Superstar, Darren Young.
The Portland Trailblazersr took their team name to another level by aligning themselves with Oregon United For Marriage and supporting marriage equality.
Soccer fans unite! Go the extra yard for Spirit Day and take Major League Soccer's Don’t Cross the Line pledge.
The NHL is participating in Spirit Day, and hockey players across the country are showing their support for LGBT youth and taking a stand against bullying.
For those contending for the World Series trophy, most colors are red, blue and orange, but not for today. You will see purple across all baseball teams.
Spirit Day ambassador Darren Young is sending a message of support to LGBT youth for Spirit Day and encouraging others to do the same. The WWE Superstar has been taking to Twitter all week to take a stand against bullying and even tweeted a video.
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