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.
LGBTQ+ voices and perspectives remain largely underrepresented in most forms of media, including film, TV, and music. From his time at The Toast to his tenure as Slate's Dear Prudence agony aunt, not to mention a frequently hilarious newsletter, Daniel Lavery's writing has been shot through with keen, slightly absurdist observations about pop culture and our relationship to it.
Pride Month is here, and your favorite beauty brands are getting in on the celebration. From limited-edition collections to your trusted favorites in Pride-worthy packaging, these beauty brands are going the extra-mile in supporting the LGBTQ+ community. By shopping these beauty products, whether it's makeup, hair, or skin-care, beauty companies are making donations to a wide variety of causes and initiatives that support the LGBTQ+ community.
Remember where Pride started.
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
These brands are supporting LGBTQIA+ members with their Pride month collections of apparel, accessories, and more.
After a year of virtual events, LGBTQ organizations offer tips for celebrating Pride in new ways including a hybrid model of in-person and online.
Sneaker brand Koio partnered with the Ali Forney Center to release a limited version of its Capri sneaker for Pride.
"We need to make sure that our transgender community and our youth are all protected."
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.
Kamala Harris made history at a Pride event in Washington, D.C.
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Celebrating Pride through beauty.
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
There's never not a time where I don't want to be comfy. Even as an editor who takes pride in my style, I still rank comfortability in clothes number one. When it comes to summer, I'm more a flowy dress, rather than short shorts kind of girl.
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Spencer West is making space for people with disabilities in the LGBTQ+ community.
Celebrate Pride Month by picking up a few of their books.
There have been multiple versions over the years.
Pride is better with snacks, trust us.