Schools and student organizations across the world are "going purple" this Spirit Day to show their LGBT students that they have support.
Yesterday, many trans celebrities and advocates went purple for Spirit Day to take a stand against bullying and show their support for LGBT youth!
"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,"
Raymond Braun, Austin Rhodes, and Aaron Rhodes give advice to LGBT youth on coming out, in honor of National Coming Out Day.
Featuring testimonials and reenactments, Hear Me Now highlights the fact that 13 million children are bullied every year in the United States. One out of four students are bullied during the school year, and of the students bullied, only 36% report it. The film strives to amplify the voices of these students.
As Spirit Day approaches, Disney ABC Television Group and ESPN announce campaign to help end bullying. Learn more.
"REAL BOY," a documentary about a young trans musician, launches a Kickstarter to finalize this coming-of-age film.