Read my latest article from Project Vibgyor, which I recently joined as a writer!!


The rainbows flag, which one might be observing all over the internet, are a symbol of diversity and the unity of the LGBTQ community. The beginning of June marks Pride Month, which is all about celebrating the identities, culture, and experience of the LGBTQ+ community, and acknowledging their influence on history locally, nationally, and internationally. It is celebrated to honor the Stonewall Uprising of 1969 in Manhattan. The colors rainbow in the pride flag, the Greek alphabet ‘lambda’ and the pink triangle represent the LGBTQ+ community. Specifically, the pride flag, designed by artist and gay activist Gilbert Baker in 1978 became the universal symbol of the LGBTQ+ movement.

Initially, the last Sunday of June was celebrated as ‘Gay Pride Day’ in the USA. Later on, the celebrations started to continue for a month including diverse sexualities with pride parades, picnics, parties, concerts, workshops, seminars, fairs, etc. being organized by the…

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