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The Gender Identification Flags You Should Know About For Pride Season!

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How many gender pride and identification flags do you know about? The ‘complete’ guides to queer pride flags on the internet do little to recognize the multiplicity of gender identities and their respective flags. So, this pride season we thought we would share some flags you don’t see everyday! We have seen transgender, agender, non-binary, genderqueer and genderfluid flags before – but what about the others? Some of you may be thinking- there are more? The simple answer is yes- a lot more. With more gender identities gaining visibility under the transgender and non-binary umbrella, this guide highlights some lesser…

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San Francisco Gay Pride 2017: Day 2

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Day Two of San Francisco Pride. This was one day to remember. The city came to life with hope, kindness, and strength. Everyone stood together as one while celebrating what the world needs more of—love. The event attracted supporters in the millions this year, and the attendance was well received. Bright colors, handmade signs, and strong voices were everywhere to be found. People greeted one another with hugs and warm smiles. Other’s dancing in the streets in celebration of the day. Music was played on every block giving people such a high energy.    Welcome to Pride. Where anything goes.…

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San Francisco Gay Pride 2017: Day 1

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There are many things we are able to choose from. What job we want, what we want to eat for dinner, what movie we want to go watch, or even what outfit we want to wear for the day. Being gay isn’t one of those choices. In the past six months, a lot has happened and has changed in our country. It seems that every day we’re waking up to a new bill being signed that will forever change our lives, or to some shooting or stabbing. The news of the gay men being hunted and killed in Chechnya broke…

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Racism in the Gayborhood: A Philly Story

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  The city of Philadelphia, PA added black and brown to its Pride flag in time for the city’s 2017 Pride festivities, and, as always, people freaked out. The flag’s creation is an attempt to show inclusivity within the LGBTQ community. A year ago, volcanic tensions within the city’s “Gayborhood” erupted after a club owner was video recorded using the N-word. The city’s Gayborhood was soon inundated with protests and a dying night life. The people of Philadelphia used social media to express their thoughts on the new flag. Most responses expressed how proud they are to live in a…

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