What does Pride mean in LGBT? LGBT pride (also known as gay pride or simply pride) is the promotion of the self-affirmation, dignity, equality, and increased visibility of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people as a social group.
How many gay pride months are there?
|LGBT History Month||October||1994|
|LGBT Pride Month||June|
|Pulse Night of Remembrance||12 June||2017|
|Spirit Day||The third Thursday in October||2010|
What do you say to someone during Pride Month?
- “Pride is for everyone.”
- “We’re here. We’re queer.”
- “Born this way.”
- “There’s no such thing as being extra in June”
- “We’re coming out.”
- “Let’s have a kiki.”
- “Out and proud.”
What do you say when a child comes out?
- DON’T Ignore it.
- DON’T Say you “knew all along.”
- DON’T Tell them “this is just a phase.”
- DON’T Use religion to shame them.
- DO Tell them you believe and love them, and thank them for telling you.
- DO Ask about what kind of support they need.