I’ve written before about my friend Lindsay Amer, whose web series Queer Kid Stuff makes LGBTQ issues easily accessible for kids. Now in honor of Pride Month, Amer is uploading a new Pride-themed video every week during June. In the above video, she shares a Pride Month song for kids. In her second video, she explains the Stonewall riots and the history of gay activism in simple terms that even very young kiddos can understand:
And her latest video explores the art of drag:
You can watch more Pride-themed videos throughout June on the Queer Kid Stuff YouTube channel. You can also follow Queer Kid Stuff on Twitter and support the series on Patreon. Read the rest
A McDonald's franchisee in Washington DC is celebrating Pride Month with fry boxes festooned with rainbows. That didn't sit well with televangelist Joshua Feuerstein: Read the rest
Equinox collaborated with New York City’s LGBT Community Center to create a video that embraces the limitless spectrum of the LGBTQ experience. Read the rest
On June 25, 1978, Gilbert Baker raised the first Rainbow Pride flag in San Francisco. Last week, MoMA acquired the flag for their collection, and they have a terrific interview with the designer. Get some vexillographic insight!
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