June is Pride Month in the United States, and Pride celebrations are held around the country as well as in places across the world. In 2020, Pride Month celebrations may look a little different than in previous years, but that doesn’t mean you still can’t feel pride.
Pride Month is about giving the LGBTQ+ community the recognition they deserve, and one way that happens is by parents showing their support for their children. Not every child celebrating Pride has a parent to celebrate with them, but those parents that do celebrate are spreading the love.
The Shirt Says It All
While many like to embrace the colors of their community when celebrating Pride, sometimes the simplest outfits are the ones that make the most impact. There’s no doubt about what his outfit is telling us.