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Sunday Citizen Celebrates Pride

Jun 17, 2021

Pride Month is here and we’re excited to support LGBTQ+ communities worldwide.
We started the month by launching our newest sleep accessory, the Rainbow Throw.

Get your Rainbow Throw

If your glass is half full and your favorite color is rainbow, this is the blanket for you. Keep the good vibes coming! During June 2021, 10% of all sales of this throw will be donated to The Trevor Project, which provides crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to LGBTQ+ youth. 

A pastel-colored rainbow cuddle buddy that somehow manages to be both fluffy as a teddy bear and light as a feather. Our awesome rainbow throw is made from 100% Microfiber. To clean your throw: Machine wash cold. Gentle cycle. Do not bleach. Tumble dry low.

Learn More about Pride Month

Pride Month is full of gatherings to commemorate and remember the struggles of gay rights movements and advocate for a more free and inclusive society.


Photo Credit: 42 North

Why is Pride Month celebrated in June?

It all comes back to the Stonewall Uprising in NYC in June 1969. The Stonewall Uprising were a series of riots that lasted almost six days following the raid of Stonewall Inn, a NYC gay club, by the  New York City Police. These riots were the catalyst of major gay rights movements from all around the world. This June 2021 will mark the 51st celebration. 

2020 was a sad year due to COVID and most Pride Month celebrations, gatherings and events were cancelled. But 2021 is here and although we have not fully recovered from COVID yet, we are seeing some Pride Month events back on track. Los Angeles will not host its annual Pride Parade but will celebrate by hosting an in person event at the Los Angeles Dodgers Stadium June 11. 

San Francisco Pride will be hosting two movie nights on June 11 and June 12. Chicago Pride will host its parade until October. Seattle, Boston and New York City Pride have decided to do most of their events virtually. 

There will be multiple events near your area, please don’t miss out by checking your local television, news station or LGBTQ clubs for more information.


Photo Credit: Sharon McCutcheon

More about the Trevor Project

The Trevor Project was “founded in 1988 by the creators of the Academy Award® winning short film TREVOR. The Trevor Project is the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prvention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer & questioning (LGBTQ) young people under 25.”

For more information please check out their website at: https://www.thetrevorproject.org/


Photo Credit: Marcus Spiske


Show Support

1. Attend a Pride Month virtual or in person event

2. Reflect on the struggles that the LGBTQ+ movement has had throughout the years

3. Post your support on social media

4. Donate to an LGBTQ+ organization 

5. Read a book or watch a movie on the LGBTQ+ movement

6. Show your support for LGBTQ+ friends, colleagues and family members

7. Visit a place full of LGBTQ+ history 

8. Celebrate the progress and fight for what’s still to come.


Photo Credit: Steve Johnson

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