Hulu highlights LGBTQ-inclusive programming to support #SpiritDay

Streaming service Hulu is showing their support for LGBTQ youth this #SpiritDay with a special selection of LGBTQ-inclusive television series and short films you can enjoy now! Find out how you can go purple to stand against bullying and support LGBTQ youth at glaad.org/spiritday.

Hulu's highlighted list of LGBTQ-inclusive programming includes GLAAD Media Award recipients My So-Called Life, Ugly Betty, and Big Freedia: Queen of Bounce and nominees Please Like Me, Banana, Cucumber, Happy Endings, and Faking It. Viewers can also check out the animated short films Rosaline and The Bravest Knight Who Ever Lived which see LGBTQ characters finally getting their fairytale happy endings, the Hulu original series Difficult People, and the anime series Sailor Moon which premiered on the service in 2014 with all 200 episodes airing uncut and uncensored. Check them all out now at Hulu!

Spirit Day, which will take place on October 20, inspires millions to wear purple or "go purple" online in a united stand against bullying and to show their support for LGBT youth. Each year, Spirit Day draws the participation of celebrities, corporations, media outlets, sports leagues, schools, faith institutions, national landmarks, and individuals.Spirit Day is made possible by the generous support of its presenting partners Target and Wells Fargo, official partners, Dow, Google, NBA and WNBA, NFL, Viacom, and WWE, and supporting partners, American Eagle Outfitters, Barilla, Chobani, Comcast NBCUniversal, Kellogg’s, Kirkland & Ellis, Toyota Financial Services, and Zipcar. Additionally, Logo’s Global Ally campaign is a sponsor of Spirit Day’s international efforts, including the Spirit Day Kit in six different languages.

Go purple this Thursday October 20 to share your support for LGBTQ youth and stand against bullying! Check out glaad.org/spiritday for more information on how to participate and follow @GLAAD on twitter to keep up to date with all #SpiritDay news!