The Daily Show took on the issue of gay and Christian persecution, and called on GLAAD's former Religion, Faith & Values intern, Todd Clayton to tell them more.
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Spirit Day is tomorrow! Check out tweets from some celebs who are already going purple and learn how to join them to take a stand against bullying and support LGBT youth!
Stars of ABC Family’s most popular series will be going purple for Spirit Day this Friday, October 19 to show their support for LGBT youth and take a stand against bullying.
The TV landscape will take on a purple hue tomorrow when scores of media corporations, networks, outlets, and personalities take a stand against bullying and support LGBT youth.
The Sundance Channel, home to Push Girls, TransGeneration and Girls Who Like Boys Who Like Boys, will be going purple to support LGBT youth on Spirit Day.
CBS will show its spirit this Friday, October 19, when several CBS programs will go purple to take a stand against bullying and support LGBT youth.
Stars and producers of several of ABC Network’s top shows will be going purple for Spirit Day this Friday, October 19 to show their support for LGBT youth and take a stand against bullying.
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Lance Bass discussed coming out on The Ricki Lake Show this past week and in a new clip says National Coming Out Day should also be National Asking Day, citing that had his parents talked to him earlier and let him know they would still love and accept him, he would have come out much earlier in his life.