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GLAAD's Campaigns Intern, Katy Butler, writes a first-hand account of her visit to Washington Hill to share her work with the film BULLY. Her efforts to change the MPAA rating from R to PG13 earned her with a special award from GLAAD in 2012.
GLAAD intern Katy Butler writes for blogging for #lgbtfamilies day
Tina Long writes for Blogging for #LGBTFamilies Day. Her family shared their story about love and acceptance as one of the five families followed by the documentary film Bully.
Spirit Day, GLAAD’s anti-bullying campaign, has been nominated for “Best Meme of the Year” by Queerty for the 2012 Queerties!
Now that you've taken the Spirit Day pledge to go purple in a stand against bullying, you can make a donation to support #SpiritDay! Help GLAAD keep the Spirit alive by donating $10.19 (or whatever you can) today.
Now that you've taken the Spirit Day pledge to go purple in a stand against bullying, watch a lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT) movie or TV show.
Now that you've taken the Spirit Day pledge to go purple in a stand against bullying, talk to your friends and family about somebody who is LGBT or somebody who has experienced bullying.
Following the passage of a controversial bill, Michigan media has largely denounced the measure and its inadequate support for bullying victims.
Stars of nighttime television support Spirit Day by wearing purple while on-air.