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Amidst all of the devastation incurred by the global coronavirus pandemic, the widespread cancellation of Pride festivals has dealt a blow, but fortunately for us, modern technology has come to the rescue! This summer celebrate Pride with us as we serve up the hottest (socially distant) parties, performances, and seminars as well as non-stop Pride-inspired content that will leave you smiling.
HOW TO CELEBRATE PRIDE 2020 FROM HOME

Let’s take a minute and evaluate our sense of “hope”

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A painstakingly comprehensive Ohio exhibition reveals how the birth of the Pride movement changed art forever

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Families are key to the development of happy trans, gender-fluid and non-binary kids – and this association offers a helping hand

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The LGBT YouthLine has been helping Ontario’s youth for 25 years

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How a Canadian company is celebrating – and promoting – diversity

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The resources and success stories of people who have hit the pause button on drinking

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Clearing up some misconceptions about the role of corporations in Pride

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One IN contributor shares her first Pride experience

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The never-ending debate on letting it all hang out continues on

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Wear it loud, wear it proud all summer long

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Meet the student whose passion for drag performance is helping him give back to the LGBTQ2A+ community that has supported him

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This organization is empowering the LGBTQ2+ community in Halifax and beyond

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The partnership between the two non-profit organizations is changing lives

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Celebrating women who love women in all their forms

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A vibrant commitment to celebrating LGBTQ communities means Thailand doesn’t stop when Pride festivities move online

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Let’s not forget that Pride is inherently political, and so is race. If we say we celebrate diversity, let’s mean what we say

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Sometimes the most important moments happen before the event begins

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Standing on the sidelines taught me that Pride is a matter of perspective

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Favourite memories from Pride Month – from family support to drag encounters

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Take a few minutes to watch MADE | NOUS’s short compilation, 30 Ways to Say I Love You

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Toronto’s first “Gay Day Picnic” was held on the beach at Hanlan’s Point on Sunday, August 1, 1971

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Nike celebrates Pride Month by honouring the strength, creativity and Black roots of Pride

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Test your knowledge about the Pride movement in pop culture, Canada and around the world

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Pride is different this year, but that doesn’t make your support and presence any less impactful or necessary

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Happy reading

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How to virtually celebrate Pride this week

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The integration of a Two-Spirit pow wow into a Pride event is a powerful demonstration of decolonization and reconciliation

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Reflections on what impact Pride movements in small communities like Yorkton, Sask., have for folks who have never been able to be out in their communities

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Calgary Pride celebrates its 30th anniversary this year, and more than 40 years of rich history in Calgary

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Enter for your chance to win a trip for two to beloved LGBTQ destination, Thailand

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Montréal Pride plans to host an alternative Pride celebration aimed towards strengthening the global Francophone movement of the sexual and gender diversity communities

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Toronto will need to come together once again in solidarity to make this happen

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Vancouver Pride hears from the community on how to heal deep hurt

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A few good people have created a movement for change in North Bay

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How to virtually celebrate Pride this week

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How to virtually celebrate Pride this week

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NYX is launching a limited-edition Pride collection with a rainbow eye shadow palette, colorful eyeliner and lipstick

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Tie-Dye! Tie-Dye! Tie-Dye!

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Converse debuts their 2020 Pride collection

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Nike celebrates the LGBTQ community with the 2020 BeTrue collection

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Dr. Martens has given its 1460 boot a rainbow makeover

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Ready to shop? Apple has released its 2020 Pride watch bands

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