Post submitted by Maureen McCarty, former HRC Deputy Director of Marketing

The USA Network’s Characters Unite movement wants to know what you won’t stand for.

The award-winning public service program, created in an effort to promote tolerance and acceptance, is calling on fair-minded Americans to tell USA Network what injustices and inequalities in our society they’re stand up for. 

Earlier this month, HRC proudly joined the Characters Unite program, proudly standing up for those on the journey to coming out.

The USA Network aired a special HRC public service announcement, featuring actress Callie Thorne of Necessary Roughness and HRC’s premiere Coming Out Center.

View the PSA and join the movement at

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