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Do people really do this?

Solidarity Sunday caught on big the first year, and has been growing e ver since. In 1997, approximately 100,000 people-most of them non-gay- participated in the program. We hear from lots of people who choose to be part of Solidarity Sunday because they know someone who is gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender, and because they care about what happens to this person. Participants tell us that it can sometimes be hard to answer questions about why they are wearing the ribbon, but that they find it a step that helps them learn a little about being gay in today's society and today's Church.