Adam Lambert, a successful solo artist alongside his work with the legendary band Queen, shared a post on his official Instagram page and once again supported the LGBTQ+ community and spread awareness about the Spirit Day.
Spirit Day is about supporting the LGBTQ+ youth who has been bullied and lived under domestic violence just because of their identity. People share their support through social media and draw attention to this matter that no longer should not stay buried.
Adam Lambert is a great supporter of the LGBTQ+ community and shares posts about this cause on his official Instagram and Twitter pages as much as he can. Lambert often shares the foundations that help those in need and spreads awareness through his social media accounts.
This time, Lambert once again shared information about the Spirit Day by Glaad on his official Instagram page and stated that showing our support and help stop bullying is the least we can do to be there for the LGBTQ+ community.
Here is what Lambert said:
“We can and must do better to support our LGBTQ youth and help end the bullying and adversity so many experiences just for being who they are.
Share your support with Spirit Day and learn more about what you can do to help.”
You can see the Instagram post below.
View this post on Instagram
We can and must do better to support our LGBTQ youth and help end the bullying and adversity so many experience just for being who they are. Share your support with #SpiritDay and learn more about what you can do to help @ glaad.org/spiritday @glaad @feelsomethingfoundation