“History isn't something you look back at and say it was inevitable. It happens because people make decisions that are sometimes very impulsive and of the moment, but those moments are cumulative realities.” ― Marsha P. Johnson
June is LGBTQ Pride month all around the globe. The first Pride parade happened in New York City as gay activists commemorated the events of the Stonewall Riots the year prior. Since the first Pride celebration over fifty years ago, the queer and trans rights movement has evolved into a political and cultural force that’s fought for equality for all people. Nowadays, the LGBTQ community and its allies celebrate queer and trans Pride by throwing all sorts of celebrations—from family-centered picnics to marches through city centers to rowdy nightclub parties that go all night.Support our cause with a shirt!
this is why we raise our flags!
We aim to promote the right to be who you are and express your true self without judgment or discrimination.show your colors with our totes
It is our desire to advance awareness of existing gender identity issues in society through our products.We got the sassy tumblers
The act of raising our flags is how we fight the chains that society binds us with, dictating who should we be and how we should act.wear our hoodies while you march
LGBTQIA RIGHTS ARE HUMAN RIGHTS!
WE ARE ONE IN HUE!
LGBT pride is the promotion of the self-affirmation, dignity, equality, and increased visibility of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people as a social group. Pride, as opposed to shame and social stigma, is the predominant outlook that bolsters most LGBT rights movements.ARE HUE ONE OF US?
THE MOTHER OF PRIDE WAS A BISEXUAL WOMAN!
did you know?
Brenda Howard, a bisexual woman and lifelong militant activist, was known as the "Mother of Pride" for her work in organizing the Christopher Street Liberation Day March. Howard was also credited with laying the foundation for the weeklong celebrations of Pride leading up the modern day Pride parades. She also cofounded the New York Bisexual Network in 1988.stand up for your colors!
the rainbow is encompassing!
once was the largest flag!
For the 25th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots in 1994, Gilbert Baker was commissioned to make the world’s largest rainbow flag. The flag used the six-stripe design that’s popular today, and measured thirty feet wide. The Guinness Book of World Records confirmed it as the largest flag in the world, but it has since lost the title. Baker made another giant rainbow flag in 2003 that stretched a mile and a quarter across Key West, Florida.never hide your true colors!
the fight for our rights has not been an easy path!
the pride march!
The Sao Paulo Gay Pride Parade started with a humble 2,000 attendees in 1997, but has since grown to millions. In 2006, the Guinness Book of World Records named Sao Paulo's parade the largest Gay Pride celebration in the world, with 2.5 million attendees. They haven’t lost that title since. Other major Pride parades aren’t too far behind, with New York at roughly 2 million participants, and San Francisco at roughly 1.7 million.i am born this way!
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