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Four online exhibitions to check out this Pride month

This Pride month has started out a little different compared to others. In lieu of typical celebrations, many in the LGBTQ+ community have banded together in solidarity with Black Lives Matter demonstrators, harkening back to when Pride, itself, was born out of protests. The pandemic has also caused a number of the events, parades, and […]

18 Shades of Gay going grey- iconic Montreal installation ending

For the last decade, if you were to take a walk through Montreal’s Gay Village- the vibrant and strongly LGBTQ+ neighbourhood along St. Catherine Street- you would be privy to a brilliant icon of joy and pride hanging above you. A vast stringing of multicoloured resin balls, aligned in spectral order, an atomized pride flag […]

Five exhibitions in NYC celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising even after Pride month is over

Being Pride month, June is always a festive time to celebrate the diversity among us. It’s also often a time to recognize the feats that the LGBTQ community have overcome and continue to face every other month of the year. This year, Pride month is ever more potent as it coincides with the 50th anniversary […]

Leslie-Lohman Museum’s new Pride parade plans

Pride month often times feels like a holiday and while it is innately a loving time to celebrate yourself, your friends, and family it is also a month to reflect on LGBTQ+ history. This year’s Pride is made ever more powerful as it is the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Rebellion in New York City, […]