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Pride Month.

the meaning...

Pride Month is celebrated every June to honor the 1969 Stonewall uprising in New York City. Every June LGBTQ+ and supporters dust off rainbow flags and join in the fun celebrations. Pride celebrations take a variety of forms, from parades to parties to protests and proms. Since the start of the modern LGBTQ+ liberation movement in the 1970s, hundreds of independent Pride events have sprung up in cities worldwide, each distinctly local and generally tied in some way to the foundational Stonewall Riots in June. Pride Month is largely credited as being started by bisexual activist Brenda Howard. Known as ‘The Mother of Pride,’ Brenda organized 'Gay Pride Week' and the 'Christopher Street Liberation Day Parade' a year after the Stonewall Riots. Pride Month is for everyone to embrace who they are and let the world know in style, to celebrate acceptance, also shines a light on LGBTQ+ issues. The rainbow aptly signifies the colorful activities and flavors of this month-long celebration. Commemorations and memorials are also held for members of the community who have lost their lives to hate crimes and HIV/AIDS. The rainbow flag, it was actually gay politician Harvey Milk who asked a talented designer friend, Gilbert Baker, to design an all encompassing symbol to take to San Francisco, CA's Pride March in 1978.


the history...

In June of 1969, patrons and supporters of the Stonewall Inn (a gay club in Greenwich Village, NYC) staged an uprising to resist the police harassment and persecution to which LGBTQ+ Americans were commonly subjected. It started with a police raid on a hot summer night in Greenwich Village, New York City June of 1969. Police stormed the Stonewall Inn arresting patrons and forcing them into waiting police vehicles. But a nearby crowd grew restless and angry, and eventually someone (there’s debate over who) started whipping onlookers into fighting back. They pelted the police, forcing them to retreat, and aggressive street confrontations continued over the next few nights, lasted six days and marked the beginning of the LGBTQ+ equal rights movement. People stood up against police harassment that led to the creation of what we know as 'Pride' today. Following the Stonewall Riots, organizers wanted to build on that spirit of resistance . The following year June 28, 1970 they marched to Central Park and down Christopher Street, and adopted the theme of “Gay Pride” as a counterpoint to the prevailing attitude of shame and gay pride marches were held across the country in Chicago, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and in other major cities across the country. Before Stonewall, there was a riot in Los Angeles, CA at Cooper Do-Nuts, and in San Francisco, CA at Compton’s Cafeteria. But Stonewall is definitely the more well-known, and led to the creation of 'Pride' today.

Below are leads to some great products and resources celebrating Pride Month.

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Great Products and Resources For Pride Month

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Amazon Prime Video

All month long, we’re celebrating entertainment that highlights the bold, joyful and colorful voices of the LGBTQ+ community. Explore the Live OUT Loud collection and enjoy great movies and shows included with Prime, plus many more titles available to rent, buy, or watch with a Prime Video Channels subscription.

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Pride celebrations, parades, and marches take place in June. This month, Audible is showcasing stories to recognize Pride Month. With huge Selections from Essential LGBTQIA+ Fiction, Notable LGBTQIA+ Nonfiction, LGBTQIA+ Stories for Young Adults, Trans & Nonbinary Stories and Queer Classics. .

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Pride storefront on Amazon

Pride Month is for everyone to embrace who they are and let the world know — in style! The rainbow aptly signifies the colorful activities and flavors of this month-long celebration. These include massive rallies, pride parades, parties, workshops, concerts, and countless more LGBTQ+ events to attract participants from all over.

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Pride Timeline

International Timeline


The Netherlands Center for Culture adopts a vague name to mask its then taboo purpose.

June 28, 1969

The Stonewall Riots NYC police raid the Stonewall Inn, instigating the Stonewall Riots.

June 28, 1970

First Official Pride Parade Organized by pioneering bisexual activist Brenda Howard and a committee she put together, the parade sees supporters march from Greenwich Village to Central Park.

June 25, 1978

The Rainbow Flag Flies High Gilbert Baker's original design of the rainbow gay pride flag is flown at the San Francisco Gay Freedom Day Parade.

June 26, 2015

Same Sex Marriage Rights The U.S. Supreme Court makes same-sex marriages legal in all 50 U.S. states.


The area around the Stonewall Inn, still a popular nightspot today, was designated a national monument.

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Pride Products (Visit)

shop, shop and then shop!

Though Pride may look a little different this year, you can still show your true colors and support with Pride-themed clothes, sneakers, makeup, snacks, and more. There's many companies and brands that support and celebrate Pride Month and the LGBTQ+ community with pride collections so shop shop and then shop! You don’t need to identify as LGBTQ+ to shop til you drop. Reebok, J Crew, Hedley Bennet, Apple, Adidas, Calvin Klein, Crocs, Disney, Speedo, Puma, Vinebox and NYX Makeup to name a few, available on Amazon.

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Celebrate Prime Month

ways to celebrate

Represent The Flag

Grab a rainbow, bi, lesbian, pan, ace, or any other flag of your preference and wave it with pride.

Join In a Pride Parade

Run, walk, skip, or dance in a pride parade. You don’t need to identify as LGBTQ+ to attend a pride march.

Gather More Insight

Watch a movie, documentary that will give you more information and insight about the LGBTQ+ community as well about the serious message behind Pride Month.


LGBTQ+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer or even LGBTQIA to include, intersex and asexual groups, + those who feel like their sexual identity falls outside the mainstream).

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