Adam Lambert, Perez Hilton, Ricky Martin and Lance Bass were among the celebrities tweeting messages celebrating National Coming Out Day.

Tuesday's event urged gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender folks to come out to a friend, a co-worker or a family member.

Twenty-nine-year-old singer Adam Lambert used the occasion to tweet a political message to his more than 1.2 million followers, “Wait … What? My gay friends & I can be fired in 29 states #Just4BeingGay?” along with a link to gay ally site

“This is one of the many reasons kids are being bullied: parents r setting examples of discrimination and inequality. Starts w the grown ups,” he added moments later.

“It brings me much happiness to see that National Coming Out Day is a trending topic,” openly gay celebrity blogger Perez Hilton messaged. “Still thinking of you #JameyRodemeyer. Love and light!”

Singers Lance Bass and Ricky Martin were more to the point.

“Happy National Coming Out Day!” Bass messaged.

“Happy #NationalComingOut Day everyone! Peace!” Martin tweeted.

Others messaging on the topic included actress Ana Gasteyer, talk show host Joy Behar, Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin and actress-singer Martha Plimpton.