The Stonewall Uprising in 1969, largely regarded as the genesis of the contemporary LGBTQ+ rights movement in the United States, is celebrating its 53rd anniversary this year. On the one-year anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising, June 28, 1970, the first Pride march in support of the LGBTQ+ community was held in New York City. Every June, in commemoration of the Stonewall riots of 1969, LGBTQ+ Pride Month promotes equal justice and opportunity for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning (LGBTQ) Americans.

Parades, parties, concerts, educational programs, and speeches are all part of Pride Month celebrations. Memorials are frequently organized to memorialize community members who have died because of hate crimes or HIV/AIDS. It's a combination of political activity and a celebration of everything the LGBTQ community has accomplished over the years. Pride parades are currently held around the world, but they began in the United States. Brenda Howard, dubbed "The Mother of Pride," was a prominent organizer of the first Pride march, which took place in 1970. Brenda Howard's and other LGBT rights advocates' contributions have helped millions of individuals realize their civil rights.


The rainbow flag represents lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBT) and queer pride, as well as LGBT social movements. The colors of the LGBT pride flag show the diversity of the LGBT community as well as the range of human sexuality and gender. Did you know that each of the flag's colors has a distinct meaning? Red represents life, orange represents spirit, yellow represents sunshine, green represents nature, blue represents harmony, and purple represents spirit in the well-known six-color flag.


The influence of LGBTQ+ advocacy has expanded, and significant legal progress has been made in the last ten years around the world. Changes have been gradual, but in the United States, federal legislation that safeguard and ban job discrimination against gay and transgender employees have finally been enacted. Nobody should be discriminated because of their sexual orientation or gender identity at work. Despite anti-discrimination laws and widespread acceptance of the Pride movement, there are still locations in the globe where employees are under pressure to keep their identities hidden to avoid negative workplace consequences. As a result, celebrating Pride Month in the workplace is critical because we must demonstrate to all employees that they are welcomed and accepted regardless of their identity.

We at totally support this historic movement and heartily welcome employees to work with us regardless of their gender. Also, we have created a special “PRIDE MONTH COLLECTION” which includes engagement rings of all those bold colors that represents PRIDE. Moreover, we are proudly giving 10% OFF sitewide in all our products like engagement rings,wedding bands, earrings, and pendants as well. 

                                                     HAPPY PRIDE MONTH & HAPPY SHOPPING!