Take a look at how people on Twitter showed their support against bullying and various discriminations against race, age, disabilities, gender or sexuality. International Day of Pink.
Misguided kids and teens around the world try and force their power on a vulnerable person that ends up hurting the other person. There have been a number of cases of bullying reported across the globe with it growing to become a serious cause of concern. It was one such incident that let to the formation of International Day of Pink. When David Shepherd and Travis Price saw one of their school-mates being bullied for wearing a pink shirt to school, they gathered a bunch of other friends and wore pink to school the next day. This retaliation from the students encouraged youth at Jer’s Vision to find International Day of Pink as an effort to help their confidants across the world with sources that will help them make their institution safer.
This day that is observed in the second week of April saw about 2 million participation in 2012. People continue to become a part of this day every year. Now, however, the idea of the day has broadened and is observed as a protest against any kind of bullying, discrimination, homophobia, biphobia, transphobia, and transmisogyny.
Here’s how Twitter celebrated International Day of Pink:
Today is International Day of Pink. A day to stand up and end bullying. Everyone is free to be who they are, how they are and what they are. Missing these two sweet faces when we were all twinning in pink together. pic.twitter.com/hTEe6Iyph3
— Mrs Nicoletta (@nicoletta_mrs) April 8, 2020
Good Morning Kindies! Today is Day of Pink! What can you find around your house that is pink? pic.twitter.com/7iz3zJ8Fbv
— Cernjul & Choudhry (@MillersKinder) April 8, 2020
Proudly wearing pink on #DayofPink a day dedicated to taking a stand against homophobia, transphobia, and biphobia. Supporting the 2SLGBTQ+ community within our schools and community. Proud of the work @castleoaksps has done and continues to do. pic.twitter.com/Cntcw6g6rS
— Tim Pedersen (@TPedersen532) April 8, 2020
Today is #InternationalDayofPink!
Wear pink to stand in solidarity with members of the LGBTQ+ community and against discrimination and bullying of any form.
It's also a good day to free the nipple. 🙂 pic.twitter.com/jHcSsHD8mN
— Audrey (she/her) (@Audiebods) April 8, 2020
— Trevor Dykstra (@DykstraTrevor) April 8, 2020
Today is International Day of Pink. International Day of Pink started when a Nova Scotia teen was bullied for wearing a pink shirt to school. Students rallied by all wearing pink to show their solidarity against LGBTQ+ based discrimination. Together we can make a difference. pic.twitter.com/KowGjQGlHi
— Youth in Policing (@youthinpolicing) April 8, 2020
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Day: 1 billion of staying home ..
And putting a pretty pink bow on my girl is high quality entertainment ? pic.twitter.com/0EOrIyQ6ud
— Gray (@GrayLaVie96) April 8, 2020
— Lauren Hylton (@MissHylton08) April 8, 2020
I am wearing pink to acknowledge the #DayofPink. Today and everyday is a day to end bullying and discrimination and embrace everyone for who they are. Spread kindness and love ? #virtualDayOfPink pic.twitter.com/p6yLNhW7Be
— Ms. S Storey (@missstorey13) April 8, 2020
— Shannon Lee (@everydayathena) April 8, 2020
— Barb (@senorahirsch) April 8, 2020
Tomorrow, April 8, is the Day of Pink! Show your support for the 2SLGBTQIA+ community by wearing a pink shirt and by decorating your door/window as well as your online space in pink and rainbows. Show our queer Ss some love! @ETFOpink @ETFOPeel #DayofPink pic.twitter.com/gXSbx9EcYG
— Mandi Hardy (@Mizzardy) April 7, 2020