Rowan Blanchard, Dove Cameron, Debby Ryan, Zendaya Show Compassion Amid Election Results

Last night was a shock to us all. Few people expected the election to turn out this way.

But young Hollywood celebrities are not taking these results sitting down. During the course of the day, several stars took to social media to express their concern and frustration at the results of the election.

Rowan Blanchard

Rowan Blanchard is one of the most outspoken Disney Channel stars. Unlike her character on her show, Girl Meets World, Rowan is not afraid to speak out about social injustice or issues that concern her. Last night was no exception.

Immediately after the results came out, she Tweeted "i'm sorry." She followed that with a link to a suicide support line, and this statement: "WE EXIST. WE EXIST. WE EXIST. WE EXIST. WE EXIST." She posted something similar on Instagram:

She also posted a message about protests and this:

Debby Ryan

Debby Ryan posted a simple message: "Your feelings are valid." She followed that by retweeting several messages, including this one: "HIRE women. HIRE immigrants. HIRE minorities. KEEP creating! LOVE each other so f--- hard."

Cole Sprouse

Cole Sprouse made two serious posts on Twitter about the outcome of the election.

First, he said "Though we may be wounded, it is our moral imperative not to incite more violence.

This can only bring additional pain and sadness." He then said "Protest racism, protest xenophobia, protest homophobia, protest inequality, protest hate, protest hate, protest hate, but don't become it."

Jazz Jennings

Jazz Jennings, being transgender, is rightfully very concerned about her and her friends' safety.

She posted this to Twitter: "we haven't lost yet bc our hope continues to transcend.stay strong & know that now is the time to exemplify the bravery that makes us LGBTQ+"

Dove Cameron

The election results hurt Dove Cameron dearly. She retweeted this message: "i seriously heard this dude say "i want trump to win so we can do whatever we want to women" and if that isn't the most terrifying thing."

Then, Dove tweeted her own feelings about the election:

She also tweeted "Actively think and SEND love out. Live love, create love, spread love. The world does not need more fear right now."

Zendaya

Zendaya is definitely not going to take hatred sitting down. She tweeted more than twenty times about the results of the elections, including this:

She also sent out Van Jones' speech, and posted several photos of protests around the country:

Joey Bragg

Joey Bragg was very concerned about the election results. He first posted "I'm disgusted."

Joey then posted several other messages, including "How do we say it's gonna be okay knowing the LGBT community and Muslim people have a reason to be afraid now. #HateWon," and this:

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