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GLAAD's Spirit Day

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GLAAD’s Spirit Day — in which people are asked to wear purple and tint their online profile pics that hue to show support for LGBT teens and take a stand against bullying — is off to a great start. GLAAD will continuously update its list of participating celebritiesmedia partners, and corporations throughout the day. According to GLAAD, this is only the second time in 30 years that MTV has changed its logo for a cause. The Sundance Channel, LOGO and the Jewish Home Life Channel have also turned their on-air logos purple. Other on-air support includes hosts on Good Morning America, The View, The Talk, Access Hollywood, CNBC, MSNBC, E!, and Telemundo, as well as Conan O’Brien, Craig Ferguson, Ellen DeGeneres, Tyra Banks, Wendy Williams, Regis Philbin, and Kelly Ripa.

Click here to turn your Twitter profile pic purple.