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8 Rainbow Essentials For Doing the Most This Pride
The rainbow flag has been a symbol of LGBTQ pride and solidarity since the late 1970s, when Harvey Milk challenged the late artist Gilbert Baker to create an alternative to the more somber pink triangle. While its colors carry an undeniably positive message--they represent life, healing, art, spirit, nature, the sun, harmony, and sexuality--incorporating all of them into a single outfit is often considered a risk worth taking just once a year. But with more and more labels releasing Pride collections and basking in the rainbow glow, there's finally a way to celebrate your queerness long after the parade is over. Paying respect to our history and looking toward a brighter future? That seems more important now than ever.
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