June is Pride Month, and regardless of what your family looks like, it's an amazing time to celebrate the LGBTQ+ community while teaching kiddos the importance of diversity and tolerance. And just because most Pride parades and events are cancelled this year doesn't mean your little one can't put on one of these 15 rainbow outfits and accessories to celebrate Pride in style.
You'll be seeing a lot of rainbows in June, and the LGBTQ pride flag was invented in 1978 by Gilbert Baker, a gay rights activist, per Insider. He created the first flag for the Gay Freedom Pride Parade in San Francisco, at the request of Harvey Milk, an openly gay city politician who was later assassinated. The original flag had eight colors, but it's since dropped to six (pink dye is really expensive, it turns out). Most commonly, the flag has horizontal stripes of red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and violet, though most rainbows will be recognized as a Pride symbol.
Whether you read one of these books about Pride with your kiddos, (per Scary Mommy) make rainbow crafts the whole family will love, or dress up in one of these rainbow outfits and accessories, there are so many meaningful ways for your whole family to celebrate Pride, because love is love, and that's something to embrace every month.
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