or known as the day of silence, that day (or days depending on how many you do) is for supporting the LGBTQ (lesbian,gay,bi,trans,questioning) community, this day is to willingly give up your voice for those who had theirs taken from them by either, suicide, hate,or a hate crime (murder in other words) now the next day of silence is on this friday, and for those of you who do red friday, which i think is supporting the troops by wearing a red shirt and voicing your opinion, there are other ways of supporting both days at the same time, put a purple stripe on your red shirt, write something positive in purple on your hand or get a sticker and write something in purple on that, you dont HAVE to be silent on this day most children at schools that support this day can either not talk or wear something purple to support
i for one have had 3 people in my life that were gay, 2 which committed suicide and one that got hit by a car coming from a LGBTQ gathering, i wear something purple every day of silence and sometimes i dont talk to support the people who get hated on because of what their sexuality is
no question just thought id clear up what the day of silence is for :)
Answer by jujubean1979200 at 9:19 PM on Apr. 12, 2011
Thank you for the clarification I answered on that question.
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