By @ChrisQ_1 I was in a Tesco recently – getting a £3 meal deal – and when heading to the counter, I walked past a stark white display that stood out from the rest of the shop. The cardboard shelves held rows of equally stark white and black packets of Skittles. The famously multi-coloured sweet,… Continue reading Big brands and Pride are a good thing.
By @dtpjustin Remembering the Fight. As hundreds of thousands of members of the LGBTQ+ community take to the streets in June, celebrating Pride Month across the country, and around the world, it’s important to reflect on the history behind these celebrations. Widely regarded as the turning point and inspiration for the modern-day equality battle, no… Continue reading Stonewall: 06.28.67
By @ChrisQ_1 I live in a Scottish town, not a small one, but small enough that I wouldn’t feel comfortable holding hands walking down the street. That can be a strange thing to explain to someone, that in certain places, I don’t feel comfortable holding hands with my other half, and that one of those places… Continue reading My Kind Of Pride
By @dtpjustin Forty seven years ago, the LGBTQ+ Community joined together to form what has now evolved into Pride Month. One year after the 1969 Stonewall Riots in Greenwich Village – which is widely regarded as the start of the modern equality movement – our community took to the streets in New York City to march for… Continue reading Why there is no Straight Pride Month.
There are a few Asexual flags to represent varying parts of the community. The general umbrella Asexual Flag was required because of the need that other symbols didn’t represent the full community and so the asexual websites launched a search for a flag that represents all. This design avoids the unwanted connotations that specific symbols like… Continue reading Asexual Pride Flags.
The Bisexual pride flag was designed by Michael Page in 1998. Page’s aim was to show visibility of an otherwise transparent community. Page also felt that the bisexual community felt no connection towards the traditional Rainbow flag. The colours were adopted from the Bi-triangle symbol. The first bisexual pride flag was revealed on December 5th… Continue reading Bisexual Pride Flag.
Just like the need for a flag to represent the whole of the Rainbow family there was, and still is a need to represent other parts of the LGBT Community with a symbol to stand under and be proud of representing all of the trans community. The most popular in both USA and parts of… Continue reading Transgender Flags