Mariah Carey, Peppermint, Trace Lysette, and More Sport Purple for #SpiritDay 2018

The annual social media campaign from GLAAD seeks to prevent bullying and show support for LGBTQ youth.

Out celebrities and prominent allies around the world are wearing purple today to honor GLAAD’s annual #SpiritDay campaign.

The project, which aims to raise awareness about the high rates of bullying LGBTQ youth face nationwide, began in 2010. This year’s supporters include prominent artists and public figures like Britney Spears, Mariah Carey, Troye Sivan, Darren Criss, and Justin Tranter, to name a few. Tranter even held a fundraiser for GLAAD last night to kick off the initiative, raising some $400,000 to continue GLAAD’s efforts to support LGBTQ inclusion in media.

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GLAAD also partnered with Kellogg’s to launch a special edition “All Together” Spirit Day cereal.

Below, find a round-up of the inspiring LGBTQ activists, celebrities, and allies who donned their best purple duds to support the cause.

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