Spirit Day is still two days away, but already a number of famous faces are spreading the word about going purple this Thursday, October 17. On that day, they will join millions of Americans in taking a stand against bullying and showing support for LGBT youth. Check out who is already excited to wear their purple this Thursday.
This month at The Public Theater in New York, it’s a meeting of two GLAAD Media Award recipients when Lisa Kron of the legendary Five Lesbian Brothers writes the book for a new musical based on Alison Bechdel’s celebrated graphic novel, Fun Home.
Kevin Keller, the first openly gay character in the history of Archie Comics, will be taking a stand against bullying as an ambassador for 2013's Spirit Day, showing support for LGBT youth everywhere. Watch what his creator had to say when he came by GLAAD.
Lifetime talent and employees will be going purple on Spirit Day. The network reached out to their talent to get the word out about the anti-bullying initiative and many responded with excitement saying they would tweet about it.
Elvis Duran, long-time radio host of the nationally syndicated Z100's Elvis Duran and the Morning Show, is living up to his title as 2013 Spirit Day ambassador. Watch the message from him and his co-hosting team about the importance of putting an end to bullying.
ABC Family's hit drama The Fosters from executive producer Jennifer Lopez and creators Bradley Bredeweg and Peter Paige (Queer as Folk), about "a multi-ethnic family mix of foster and biological kids being raised by two moms" was today renewed for a second season.