9 Celebrities Who Are Joining the Fight to End Bullying on #SpiritDay

9 Celebrities Who Are Joining the Fight to End Bullying on #SpiritDay
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Celebrities are taking a stand against bullying for GLAAD's #SpiritDay.

For those unsure what #SpiritDay is, it's a social media movement that aims to support LGBT youth across the nation by asking participants to wear purple. First started in 2010 as a way to remember teenagers who committed suicide due to bullying, it has grown exponentially. Thousands of people have taken to social media platforms to show their support by pledging to go purple; and even celebrities have gotten involved, Tweeting and Instagramming about the cause to their followers.

From Catilyn Jenner, who showed off her purple nail polish, to Ellen DeGeneres and Laverne Cox, see who has joined the movement so far.

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Debra Messing:

Matt Bomer:

Ellle DeGeneres:

Caitlyn Jenner:

I'm joining @glaad and taking a stand against bullying for #SpiritDay! Join me at http://glaad.org/spiritday

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Naomi Campbell:

Ellen Page:

Post surf #spiritday ❤️❤️🌈🌈 #lgbtq

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Lucy Hale:

Kerry Washington:

Laverne Cox:

#StandAgainstBullying #SpiritDay #TransIsBeautiful #gopurple

A photo posted by laverne cox (@lavernecox) on

 
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