YouTube sensation Raymond Braun spent much of his Spirit Day supporting LGBT youth across various platforms, both in person and on social media.
As a part of Vito Cammisano's YouTube channel, he released four videos, including a video with Michael Sam, for Spirit Day to show his support for LGBT youth.
Spanning across different cause spaces, organizations like the ACLU, Human Rights Campaign, Planned Parenthood, Rock the Vote, National Center for Trans Equality, NYC Black Pride, and the world's largest youth-serving group DoSomething.org made visible their support for their LGBT constituents and folks worldwide known.
"To not feel supported sets them up for a dangerous situation," Lynette added, noting the loss of numerous bi and trans youth to suicide has left a deep sadness throughout the community as a whole.
The WNBA is rallying behind the anti-bullying cause this Spirit Day, showing its support for LGBT youth by going purple.
This year Spirit Day's anti-bullying message reached beyond the borders of the United States, inspiring individuals across the globe to go purple in support of LGBT youth who are the victims of bullying.
American Eagle, Thomson Reuters and NASDAQ show their spirit by lighting up Times Square purple for Spirit Day.