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Interesting ways to celebrate this Pride Month with your Queer gang!

Celebrations become more cheerful if you spend time with people and explore the world out there in every possible way to collectively evolve together, especially if the time exclusively signifies something to you as a queer person. Regardless of your closeted status, if you belong to the queer community, you get blessed with many queer people around if you know how to connect and socialise. If you are an extrovert, the level of celebrations goes predominantly crazy by involving your queer pals. Attending parties, getting sloshed and dancing still your feet hurt is a common way to celebrate, but a few things must be included to make it more interesting!

  • June is the month that acts as a bridge between summer and monsoon and what's the better time to plan a group trip than a pride month where all your gang can go gaga without limitations. This is the month to open up, explore and expand your queer personality. If you have a queer group that always parties together every Saturday night, you should skip those weekend parties and plan for a trip where you can be "en masse" for a whole week. The best part is, no matter wherever you plan, the trip cost becomes affordable because of the number of people involved. Also, plan for a place which no one in the group has explored and also the queer-friendly so that it feels new yet safe!

  • If a group trip doesn't work out because of the personal schedules and work commitments, you should at least try acting as a convener to plan a weekend getaway nearby your place. You can plan for trekking, beach day or simply a picnic with food, drinks and conversations. Short getaways can be easily managed, and you don't need to book hotels, transport and other reservations. All you need to do is to make calls, plan the vehicles and pitch in picnic duties. Simple!

  • Okay, if your gang is full of lazy bums to even move out of the city limits yet, get excited about a queer get-together, plan a house party at your place or one of your pals' places. House parties are a vibe any day especially if you have all the like-minded people with whom you can be you without any filters and the fun aspect is as equal as any gay party that happens in any club. The most splendid part is when you bring all your queer pals to one place and make them feel at home, everyone opens up and shares their parts of queer life. Isn't it intriguing to know and explore your queer pals' queer life scenarios?

  • Well, now you may wonder if all your queer pals come together at one place, there may be a perspective of getting sexually high. It is a possible element when these kinds of meetups happen. If everyone acts consensually and is mature enough to differentiate the party moods and reality, you can get along with group sex, only with the involvement of safety and sexually experimental mindsets. Exploring bodies and souls sensually is another fascinating way to celebrate pride month with your queer buddies.

  • Speaking of queer gangs, generally, if you are homosexual, you may maintain most of your contacts with gays and lesbians. Instead of getting along with people from one particular queer orientation, try to involve diverse kinds of queer people in your group queer hangouts. It makes you realize and recognize the inside out of the scenarios of other queer orientations and it also expands your dimensions in the queer community. Imagine a gang with people belonging to every single queer orientation under the LGBTQIA+ roof, isn't it already interesting?

  • Pride month showers a lot of deals on shopping, restaurants and cafes, indeed the world goes colourful with rainbows and unicorns. It's the best time to step out as a group to entertain your shopaholic and foodie personalities. Plan out on any evening where you invite your queer friends to join you for a coffee, lunch or dinner or even window shopping to check out the deals. It not only sounds fun but also elevating if the society around you sees you all as a group who are proud of themselves. Now that's the spirit of celebrating Pride month!

  • Pride parades are massive and they need a lot of planning behind them to assemble all the queer people in one place but if you think your queer gang is huge, then you can plan a mini-parade wearing some gorgeous outfits and walking on roads to make people stare at you and feel your powerful presence. But before that invite your queer pals to one place where everyone can deck up together. Even though it's a considerable task for a bunch of queer people to decide the looks, outfits and the hair and makeup, it feels amazing to have all the exciting queer souls dressing up together to make the world a better place with their happy and gay vibes!

So, what are you waiting for; we are in the initial days of pride month, but you can still plan it out and get into action by the end of June!

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