Celebrate your PRIDE all month long (and beyond). ❤️💛💚💙💜
As much as we love seeing our favorite beauty brands turn out for the LGBTQ+ community for Pride Month by donating a portion of proceeds to various organizations, we love supporting the queer community directly even more by shopping from LGBTQ+-owned beauty brands. There are plenty of ways to get involved during Pride Month, from donating to volunteering, but making a conscious effort to shop from LGBTQ+ brands during June and beyond is one of our personal favorites. When you go to restock on moisturizer, look for a new lip color, or pick up a shampoo and conditioner combo, buying from queer-founded brands cuts out the middle man and helps independent business owners directly.
Pride in a Box helps spread some much-needed joy.
June is LGBTQ Pride Month! Here’s how the celebration of battles won — and the fight for what remains — has changed shape over the decades. Photo credits: Getty Images, Marsha P Johnson and Stonewall 1969 courtesy of Fred W. McDarrah/Getty Images, Dyke March courtesy of Beth Greenfield Story by: Beth Greenfield, David Artavia Experience Design and Animation: Kyle McCauley, Radek Michalik
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In this op-ed, politics editor Lucy Diavolo makes the case that concerns about the age-appropriateness of LGBTQ Pride events paradoxically ignore the fact that Pride has always been a celebration of chosen families.
Throughout history there have been athletes who have proudly stood up for who they are, including Michael Sam, Adam Rippon, and Megan Rapinoe.
A good therapist listens and helps their clients through personal and sensitive issues and obstacles. And if you're looking for someone who's specifically LGBTQ+ supportive, therapist Kiki Attonito, MA, CAP, RYT, who has a master's degree in clinical psychology, shared these tips.
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"We need to make sure that our transgender community and our youth are all protected."
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Styles that support marginalized communities—and add some color to your closet. With Pride Month in full effect, companies are showcasing their support for the LBGTQ+ community. Thankfully, there are several fashion labels that are committed to giving back to queer communities, while offering shoppers fashion-forward options for their closets in the process.
Vice President Kamala Harris typically sticks to suits and pearls for her official events, but on June 12, the politician opted for a more casual outfit as she made her way to Washington DC's Pride Month parade with husband Doug Emhoff. Kamala chose a bright coral Prabal Gurung blazer for the momentous occasion, dressing down in black jeans and her signature Converse sneakers. Both she and Doug opted for graphic T-shirts that sent messages of love to the LGBTQ+ community: hers read "Love Is Love" and Doug's featured the message "Love first" in a rainbow of colors.
More than four decades later, a remnant of one of two original Pride flags measuring nearly 30-feet-by-13-feet has been located and authenticated.
Rainbows are around every corner; queer joy is in the air; Pride Month is here. Since it's easy to fall into the corporate rainbow trap of buying Pride-themed merch that doesn't actually support LGBT+ foundations, we've created a shopping guide to help you make savvier purchase decisions that wield a direct impact during the honorary June occasion: a comprehensive list of our favorite LGBT+-owned businesses.Pride Month isn't just about dressing up in the full-color spectrum, it's about showing t
What to buy — and what to skip — on Amazon Prime Day.
More than half the population of the United States has received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. Case counts and virus-related deaths are dropping by the day. And as we look toward the end of the pandemic, I’ve started to have a recurring fantasy. In my dream, it’s 2023, and the first multi-million dollar COVID-19 film is making its debut. In movie theater auditoriums around the nation, audience members tiptoe between aisles, gingerly balancing popcorn bags, candy boxes, and soda cups as
The shop is part of larger commitments to self-expression, diversity and inclusion.
Daniel Summers, MD explains why gender-affirming care is something all medical providers should be practicing.