Are there any brands that support gay pride?

Are there any brands that support gay pride?

This summer MAC is supporting more than 20 local Pride events, including L.A. Pride and WorldPride NYC, and is launching PSAs with LGBT celebs like singer Troye Sivan and Drag Race winner Aquaria. In addition, the company is donating $500,000 to GLAAD over the next two years in honor of Viva Glam’s 25th anniversary. ($7-$29, MACcosmetics.com)

When was the first pride parade in Canada?

In Canada, Toronto’s Pride was launched in similar fashion after protests erupted when police raided four bathhouses in February 1981 and arrested hundreds of gay men. The motive has always been — and should remain — political.

Who are the sponsors of the World Pride Parade?

In addition, Nordstrom has given grants to several LGBT nonprofits—including the Hetrick-Martin Institute, Seattle’s Pride Foundation and the Los Angeles LGBT Center—and is sponsoring World Pride in New York and dozens of Pride parades across the U.S. and Canada.

What did Postmates donate to the pride parade?

In addition to joining Pride parades in L.A., San Francisco and Nashville, Postmates is donating $10,000 to help the HRC continue its vital work in protecting LGBT Americans.

This summer MAC is supporting more than 20 local Pride events, including L.A. Pride and WorldPride NYC, and is launching PSAs with LGBT celebs like singer Troye Sivan and Drag Race winner Aquaria. In addition, the company is donating $500,000 to GLAAD over the next two years in honor of Viva Glam’s 25th anniversary. ($7-$29, MACcosmetics.com)

Are there any companies that boycott the pride parade?

From Ikea to Burger King, a growing number of companies are rolling out rainbow-themed products to celebrate Pride Month. But some critics in the LGBTQ community are skeptical of this growing corporate enthusiasm with some boycotting New York City’s Pride parade over their concerns.

Where did the gay pride parade take place?

Organizers said more than 1000,000 marched with hundreds of thousands more lining the streets to watch the parade past the Stonewall Inn marking the 50 year anniversary of the police raid there that started the modern day gay rights movement.

Why are so many people not going to gay pride?

‘I get that lots of people feel it has been ‘corporatised’ but after more than 30 years of protesting for our rights and better representation it’s brilliant to see so many companies actively promoting their LGBT credentials,’ countered Facebook user Nigel Hall.

Share via: