On Thursday October 19, millions will go purple to support LGBTQ youth. Will you be one of them? Take the Spirit Day Pledge now to take a stand against bullying and join GLAAD in accelerating acceptance.
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how to participate
1. go purple – Wear purple on Thursday, October 19 to show your support for LGBTQ youth and take a stand against bullying. Encourage friends, family, coworkers, classmates, and teachers to do the same!
2. take the pledge – Take the Spirit Day Pledge, explore our Spirit Day resource kit and share your story.
3. join GLAAD – Become a GLAAD member and join in the fight to end bullying and hate in all it forms. From the latest GLAAD Research to ways you can get involved in your own community, be part of the only movement focused on rewriting the script for LGBTQ acceptance.
Use the hashtag #SpiritDay and share why Spirit Day matters to you, inspiring LGBTQ youth to find success and hope in their own truth and story.