22 Products Under $30 To Show Your Gay Pride

It’s Pride Month so that means it is time to wear your pride everywhere. Pride is the political birthday of the Stonewall riot, the moment LGBTQ people rose up against being silenced and criminalized for their sexuality. And let’s not forget that we have Gay Rights thanks to Sylvia Rivera and Marsha P. Johnson, two trans women of color, for starting the infamous Stonewall Riots. We’ve gained some serious strides, but LGBT Latinos have even more to fight for.

Wearing a pin might seem like nothing, so here are 21 other ways to tell the world, we’re here, we’re queer and we’re here to stay.

1. Make America Gay Again Flag, $24.90

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I mean, this picture says it all. Trump is our President, therefore, we need more gay flags like this one. Props to the guy who photoshopped the POTUS onto that guy.

2. “Be Quiet” T-Shirt, $18

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They make a good point. America would be like an actual peaceful place to live, especially if the racists and homophobes could just let people live their best lives.

3. Rainbow Piñata Pin, $8.29

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Be subtley queer and Latino and get this rainbow piñata pin, because when people try to beat us down, we’ll just chuck tamarindo candies in your hateful face.

4. Mexican LGBT Loteria Cards, $25.00

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It’ll be the most entertaining game of lotería you’ll ever play. Take these out with your family this Christmas and let us know how it goes. Just kidding. These are definitely only for you and your besties.

5. “Soy Gay” T-Shirt, $10.99

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For that special somebody who is unapologetic about their sexuality and wants everyone to know it. This is how you can make an entrance at any family gathering to remind the relatives that keep “forgetting” that you came out already.

6. Unicorn Rainbow highlighter, $17


Basic highlighter just won’t do during pride month because you need everyone to know. Like, if you can’t be really gay during Pride, when can you be really gay?

7. Queer Latino/a/x Pride T-Shirt, $24.99

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Show your pride on your shirt with our very own “Queer Latino/a/x Pride shirt. If you want Latino, click here. If you want Latina, click here. If you want Latinx, click here.

8. Rainbow Titties T-Shirt, $11.00

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For only $11 you can proudly wear the rainbows that will follow you everywhere this month. Tbh, you can wear this any time because it is too fun for just one month.

9. Rainbow Pin, $5.99

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It’s a classic but a goodie. Pro tip: don’t assume your parents will take the hint when you come home decked out like this. You’ll still have to spell it out for them. And yes, we will see them in heaven, but ours will have more rainbows.

10. Rainbow Muscle Tee, $21.00

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I get it, you have muscles to show off. It’s basically a Pride celebration right of passage. Be #GayStrong with this shirt.

11. “sounds gay i’m in”, $11.00

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Talk about getting to the point. With all of the Pride parties and parades happening across the world, it is a time of a lot of gay things. Clearly they are going to be a lot of fun this month.

12. Galactic Gay Pin, $10.00

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Because the gay travels through time and space. There is no church, mosque or temple; no planet or ruler; nada ni nada that can hide the gay. We’re basically superheroes.

13. “I Just Look Straight,” $19.99

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???????????? This one is for all the femme women and butch men out there who are tired of making the first move, all the time. You might not want the haircut that tells men to keep walking, but now you can have the shirt.

14. Rainbow Heart Earrings, $9.00

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Que cute. Let your ear lobes show their pride, too, with these cuties. There is something about a subtle hint that can go a very long way.

15. Pico De Gayo T-Shirt, $25.00

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A fun play  on words is always a solid way to showcase your pride. Plus, who doesn’t enjoy being reminded of the great Latino culinary contributions to the world?

16. “Love is love” Rainbow Heart Pin, $7.62

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Here’s the truth: wearing our gay pride on our sleeves is the most successful versions of ourselves we could be, no matter who told us we were a failure for being who we are.

17. “Queer Brown & Cute AF” T-Shirt, $24.99

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Just another of letting people know that you are cute and brown and also queer. I mean, sometimes you have to be obvious with things.  

18. Rainbow Temporary Tattoo, $6.00

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The good news? Our ancestors and the people before us have been fighting the same bag of bullshit for hundreds of years. It makes our fight that much easier, and all the more fabulous.

19. Pride Mexican Flag Beach Towel, $27.95

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Take your pride to the beach with this gorgeous towel that will not only tell everyone that you are proudly gay, but also Mexican and owning it.

20. NASA Gay Shirt, $15.03

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TBH, it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to get that gay is good. We just have to really believe it, on a core level, to remind others that they need our perspective

21. Rainbow Glitter Pots, $8.22

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If there’s any time of year to go all out and smother glitter and sequins all over body, it’s this month. There are no rules, there is no dress code, there is just glitter.

22. Rainbow Papel Picado, $14.00

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Finally, you can’t have Pride party without pride flags around the perimeter, especially when it is papel picado. Either way, now you have all the goods to have the most decked out Pride month of all time.

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Gloria Estefan Shares Her ‘Shocking’ Reaction To Her Daughter Coming Out


Gloria Estefan Shares Her ‘Shocking’ Reaction To Her Daughter Coming Out

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The Estefans’ Red Table Talk is officially here and queer!

So get used to it!

The beloved Cuban singer and her family hosted their second episode of the Facebook Watch series Red Table Talk: The Estefans. Things got real real as she, her daughter Emily Estefan and niece Lili Estefan sat down for a raw and honest conversation about their lives and relationships.

In the second episode of ‘Red Table Talk: The Estefans‘ titled, “Emily’s Coming Out Story,” the family revealed that Gloria was shocked to learn that her “miracle baby” was queer.

Speaking frankly, Gloria explained that her initial reaction to her daughter’s coming out was to dissuade her from telling her grandmother the truth. According to Gloria, she feared that her own mother would die from the news about Emily.

“I came out to my parents like in 2017. But as you’ll see on the show, I think they knew way before that,” Emily, who is 25-years-old Entertainment Weekly in an interview. “What I’m most excited about in this episode is the complexity of it all. I wouldn’t be doing anybody justice if I went up there and lied and said that it was easy or that there weren’t complex emotions involved, even though my mom has been such a fierce supporter of the LGBTQ community. Everybody has a perspective. And as human beings, we’re always trying to be understood instead of understanding. As you’ll see in the clip, it was difficult for me to hear that. No matter under any perspective, those words were difficult to hear.”

Sadly, Emily never had the chance to share this part of her identity with her grandmother, Gloria Fajardo.

Fajardo passed away in 2017 before Emily had the chance to come out to her. It is unknown whether she knew of her sexual orientation before she passed away.

“That is one of my biggest unanswered questions that I will live the rest of my life with,” Emily explained “Many of the people around me that love me have told me they knew. But in my heart, my grandmother and I were so close but I’m really not sure. But that’s part of life too — you don’t get every answer that you want. I’m also learning that regrets are a waste of time. But I’m still on that journey. A few years ago, I would’ve never imagined that we’d be talking about this as I’m about to release an episode where I say things I’ve not even told family members of mine. I’m still growing and learning.”

In the latest episode of the Red Table Talk, Gloria explains that Emily became known as her “miracle baby” after she was conceived following a devastating tour bus accident in 1990.

At the time, Estefan’s doctors told her she would not be able to concieve more children. At the time, Gloria and her husband, Emilio Estefan, already had their son, Nayib Estefan. Nayib is 15 years older than his sister Emily.

In the latest interview, Emily talks about the pressures of having to live up to the concept of a “perfect daughter” that had been projected onto her by media outlets. She also addresses how she became the target of tabloid fodder in Spanish-language media after her relationship with Gemeny Hernandez was revealed.

“My parents would tell me all the time that we all have to earn respect, which I totally understand and fully agree with,” Emily explained of her experiences growing up in the spotlight. “Life is difficult and you don’t know what people’s intentions are all the time. When my dad started dating my mom, my grandma would slam the door in his face! My parents never exhibited anything extreme like that when it came to my relationships, but they would remind me what their courtship was like. I would let them know that we’re going through similar things, but in different colors. Life is about repetition and trying to pick up new things along the way. My grandma came from a time where she didn’t go on a date with my grandpa until they had their marriage certificate, and even then her mom was chaperoning them. They didn’t kiss until they were married.”

Emily revealed that she and her girlfriend Gemeny have been together for almost four years now and that she has been welcomed as part of the Estefan family.

“Family dynamics are hard, no matter what,” Emily went onto share. “Gem is one of those people who is like a mirror: She came into my life and showed me my truth. Sometimes that’s not beautiful, but that’s what love is. It’s not beauty or dates or romance all the time, but all of the things that come with love. I’m really young, but I feel that having her by my side has made me truly understand what a loving, adult relationship is like. That’s why it’s been so easy for me to fight this fight and speak my truth, because it’s all worth it. She helped me be brave. Now she has a relationship with my family which is the incredible part and can maybe be explored in season 2? Having her come to sit at the table and talk about those dynamics. Everybody loves each other, but as I said, love isn’t easy. And you know what it’s like being a part of a Latino family. The baby starts dating somebody, even if it’s Mickey Mouse, they still wouldn’t think he’s good enough!”

The second episode of the Estefan’s Red Table Talk, “Emily’s Coming Out Story,” debuted this past Wednesday, Oct. 14, at noon ET on Facebook Watch.

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Gay Men Took Over #ProudBoys On Twitter And The Results Are Exactly What We Needed Right Now

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Gay Men Took Over #ProudBoys On Twitter And The Results Are Exactly What We Needed Right Now

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Although social media is so often ridiculed for being filled with self-obsessed, attention-seeking content, for the past few days its been filled with messages of love and compassion.

Over the weekend, the words Proud Boys took on a whole new meaning as gay men flooded Twitter with messages of love and acceptance using the hashtag #ProudBoys.

This has caused two very different groups of men to face off on the same hashtag: the far-right cadre known as the Proud Boys—and the thousands of gay Twitter users who flooded that platform with pro-LGBT images, marking those posts with #proudboys. 

Tens of thousands of gay men have taken over the #ProudBoys on Twitter and the actual Proud Boys are pissed.

#ProudBoys, which members of the hateful, far-right group have been using, was trending over the weekend after tens of thousands of gay men on Twitter hijacked it and flooded the feed with photos of their loved ones and families and with memes.

The celebration of LGBTQ pride was a clear attempt to drown out voices of the far-right group with the same name, which made headlines after getting mentioned by President Trump during last week’s first presidential debate.  

“Let’s replace the hashtag with images of love, positivity and true PRIDE,” tweeted Carlos G. Smith, an openly gay member of Florida’s House of Representatives. 

Many tweets attached to the trending hashtag showed photos of couples who had been together years or decades — at their weddings, posing with their children, marching in pride parades or just looking happily in love.

At least one of the many tweets from gay men using the #ProudBoys hashtag referenced Trump’s debate words. “We will never stand back and stand by! Together for 25 years with two amazing children,” Dan Ort-Patrick wrote

It seems that we can thank actor George Takei for the brilliant takeover idea!

The hashtag takeover appears to have originated with Star Trek star George Takei, who wondered aloud Thursday what would happen if gay men tagged themselves as #ProudBoys on social media. 

“What if gay guys took pictures of themselves making out with each other or doing very gay things, then tagged themselves with #ProudBoys? I bet it would mess them up real bad,” Takei tweeted.

The Proud Boys – a racist, hate group – began trending last week after Trump refused to denounce their actions and beliefs.

The Proud Boys group entered the mainstream conversation last week after Donald Trump seemed to call them to action at the first presidential debate. During an exchange between Trump and moderator Chris Wallace about white supremacists, Trump told the Proud Boys to “stand back and stand by.”

Following the debate, members of the group celebrated Trump’s reaction, using “stand back” and “stand by” in their logo and posting videos from the debate with the caption “God. Family. Brotherhood.”

The Proud Boys referenced in the debate are “self-described ‘western chauvinists’ who adamantly deny any connection to the racist ‘alt-right,’ insisting they are simply a fraternal group spreading an ‘anti-political correctness’ and ‘anti-white guilt’ agenda,” according to civil rights organization Southern Poverty Law Center. The SLPC maintains, however, that the group, founded in 2016, affiliates with extremists and is known for anti-Muslim and misogynistic rhetoric.  

All sorts of people showed their support – even the Canadian Armed Forces.

The official Twitter account of the Canadian Armed Forces in the United States took part, too, tweeting a picture of two men kissing—one a corporal named Brent Kenny—with #proudboys.

“Love is love,” the group wrote in a reply tweet. (It was perhaps not a surprising piece of activism from an institution that describes itself in its Twitter bio as: “Nice people. Maple syrup.”)

The Canadian Navy’s Twitter account later retweeted the image, as did the account for the ship that Kenny sailed on, the Winnipeg.

Couples from around the world got in on the viral hashtag to help spread love, not hate.

So many couples shared their wedding photos, images of their families, pictures from their first date, and so much more – to help deliver a takeover of a hashtag so often used to spread hate.

Gay men shared their pride in themselves, their community, and in their love.

But back on Twitter, it was all love and rainbows, with Takei expressing gratitude for the enthusiastic response to his idea.  

“Brad and I are #ProudBoys, legally married for 12 years now,” he tweeted Sunday along with a photo of him and his partner. “And we’re proud of all of the gay folks who have stepped up to reclaim our pride in this campaign. Our community and allies answered hate with love, and what could be better than that.”

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