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Watch 'Numbered Days' Online! This Saturday (July 21st) is the one-year anniversary of theatrical debut! To celebrate, along with month, we're making our video recording of the show available online until the end of the month!




NEW PREVIEW: WEEKEND - A PACKED musical line-up has been revealed for one of the UK’s largest, free LGBT festivals later this month🎉. Head over to 👉 👈🤩




I had the best time modelling for Visit Britain in Edinburgh a few month ago. This photoshoot was for the 'LOVE IS GREAT' project, promoting LGBT travel and tourism within the UK. 🏳️‍🌈 - Is my booty too kiltilicious for you baby!?




If you didn’t get a chance to pop into at the weekend, my themed x-stitches & quirky cushions will be available ‘til the end of the month, in support of 🏳️‍🌈🧡 Open Tue-Sat // 118 Sauchiehall St. 🤗 – at Land Ahoy Tattoo Parlour




so I finally finished my first digital art and I made it a sticker, this is just a random lesbian couple to show how much I love being gay and how proud I am. everyday is Pride Month for me ❤️🧡💛💚💙💜




I'm so proud of my eldest widget. They felt comfortable enough to tell me that they're non-binary. Leah is such a level headed, awesome kid. I'm such a proud dad. They're off to their first pride in Hull this month too.



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LuckyOne supporting month. In July. Probably up since June.



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Weekend update; KPMG's LGBT Network Chair on inclusion at work and Pride month by Lucy_Skoulding







Pride month may have come and gone, but being proud should continue throughout the year. And if I keep seeing Skittles packs, I'll keep buying them. I do hope the donations to LGBT+ charities still happen. +













I missed the Pride celebrations in every city I’ve gone thru the past month, but am wishing a happy Pride to San Diego this weekend!! Ally AF. Y’all means all. ✌️🏳️‍🌈




Pride is a limited edition released to celebrate Pride month. The key botanicals in the Wild Berry Irish Gin includes blackberries, cranberries and raspberries.




month may be over, but we're gearing up in Sonoma! Gay Wine Weekend starts Friday! Featuring Twilight T-Dance at Chateau St. Jean, Sat July 21. Book now & Save 10% with code DILF. Prices go up at the door.




month may be over, but we're gearing up in Sonoma! Gay Wine Weekend starts Friday! Featuring Twilight T-Dance at Chateau St. Jean, Sat July 21. Book now & Save 10% with code DILF. Prices go up at the door.







June is dubbed LGBTQ Pride Month, but celebrates all year long. Visit for shows just for us. Our stories. Our Lives. Our Way. 14 LGBTQ TV Shows & Movies to Binge on Netflix During Pride Month




June is dubbed LGBTQ Pride Month, but celebrates all year long. Visit for shows just for us. Our stories. Our Lives. Our Way. 14 LGBTQ TV Shows & Movies to Binge on Netflix During Pride Month



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🌈 LGBTQ Pride 🏳️‍🌈

J’ai appris que mon oncle est gay.

Et il vit très très mal avec.

Il ne le dit à personne.

Il est gêné chaque fois qu’un mot pouvant porter à ce sujet est prononcé.

Il ne s’assume pas.

Il n’ose pas présenter qui que ce soit à ses proches.

Il s’exclut tout seul des autres pensant que personne ne l’aime à cause de ça.

Il ne se trouve pas normal et s’empêche volontairement de parler à des hommes de peur d’être rejeté pour sa « différence ».



MAIS PUTAIN LES GARS ASSUMEZ VOUS MERDE ! L’amour est beau, l’amour n’a pas de sexe, de couleur, d’âge de religion ni d’origine ! Vous êtes gays ? Lesbiennes ? Trans ? Agenre ? Ou bien même encore autre chose ? Assumez le, bordel. Arrêtez de vous cacher ! Soyez vous même, les autres sont déjà pris. On a le drapeau avec les plus belles couleurs au monde, alors soyez fiers de l’exhiber ! Cessez de vous cacher, embrassez vos copains/copines ou n’importe en public. Après tout qu’est ce que ça peut foutre que ça ne plaise pas aux autres ? Assumez vous et ne vous sentez plus rejetés. On est une grande famille. Je vous aime. Je t’aime, toi qui lit cela. Tu es beau, tu es belle. Que tu sois homosexuel, hétérosexuel, pansexuel, bisexuel ou n’importe quoi d’autre, après tout j’en ai rien à foutre ça ne change pas la personne magnifique que tu es. Aime toi et les autres t’aimeront en retour. En tous cas moi je t’aime déjà.

Et les gars, si jamais vous voulez faire votre coming out mais que vous ne savez pas comment faire, venez m’en parler j’essaierai de vous aider du mieux que je peux.


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This is my story

So when I was 5 or 6 years old I had a crush on a female character I was really scared that time, everytime I would think that a girl is attractive at that age I would say to myself “stop it!” “You don’t like her!” “It’s not normal”. When I was 8 or 9 years old I had crushes on male characters like every girl at that age would but the problem was that I had crushes on female characters too… And my dad always told me that liking the same gender is not normal and that its a mental disorder, so I was scared of me starting to like the same gender. So I became homophobic I hated every gay/lesbian couples walking down the street I would always give them a disgusting face and I truly hate myself for that. Anyways when I was 10 I still had crushes in female characters and I feelt disgusted over myself I just to hate myself for that I would always cry for that. When I was 12 I got into Harry Potter stuff and I started to have a crush on Emma Watson. So I started to question my sexuality and it was a scary time because I my dad would always teach me that, that wasn’t normal. I remember that I always used to cry and hate myself for being who I am. It was a rough time. So finally when I was 13 I finally figured out that I was a lesbian I told my friends about it and they accepted me I was lucky for that. But still I hated myself for being who I am and I still do.

So to all the parents please don’t tell your kids that being gay/lesbian/bi isn’t normal what if they become one? And they start to hate themselves because of being gay/lesbian/bi?

And please people accept yourself for who you are. You need to accept yourself NOW.

the origin of LGBT pride month

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Pride Month (LGBT Pride Month) is celebrated each year during the month of June. This month was chosen in honor of the Stonewall riots in New York City.

On the fourth of July, 1965 the East Coast Homophile Organization (ECHO) held its first Annual Reminder March in Philadelphia. In 1970, ECHO’s daughter association, the Eastern Regional Conference of Homophile Organizations (ERCHO), relocated the marches to New York City in honor of the Stonewall Riots. At that time, the demonstration was coined Christopher Street Liberation Day since the March assembles by the site of the riots at the Stonewall Inn on Christopher Street.

June 28, 1970,  Christopher Street Liberation Day set off on the one year anniversary of the Stonewall riots. This was also the first LGBT Pride march in U.S. history.