An anti-gay bullying campaign by the Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network (GLSEN) will greet football fans attending this weekend's Super Bowl in Indianapolis.

GLSEN's award-winning Think Before You Speak campaign features stars Hilary Duff, Wanda Sykes and the NBA's Grant Hill.

“GLSEN is thrilled to share the Think Before You Speak campaign's message of respect with tens of thousands of football fans attending the Super Bowl this year,” Dr. Eliza Byard, executive director of GLSEN, said in a statement. “The PSA campaign featuring Hilary Duff, Wanda Sykes and the NBA's Grant Hill has already reached millions of Americans across the country and we are truly grateful for this opportunity to increase awareness among a new kind of audience about the negative impact of anti-gay slurs.”

In one 30-second spot, the Phoenix Suns' Grant Hill and Jared Dudley correct a ballplayer when he says, “Your moves are just gay.”

“Using 'gay' to mean dumb or stupid – not cool,” Hill says.

“Not in my house,” Dudley says. “Not anywhere.”

“It's not creative,” Hill says.

“It's offensive to gay people,” Dudley adds.

“And you're better than that,” Hill concludes. (The video is embedded in the right panel of this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)