Unlike many previous decades, the world is coming together to celebrate queerness in the month of June by naming it as "PRIDE MONTH" to give a particular recognition for all the queer people around the globe. Nowadays, businesses throwing rainbows on their websites, fashion brands are launching queer editions in their various ranges of merchandise, everywhere you can witness some kind of queer inclusions, especially in June. Even people from the queer community celebrate this month in various possible ways to spill all the queer vibes to make other notice what they are and how they are proud of themselves.
The spirits of Pride month are too high, sometimes they become unbearable especially when we notice the typical queerphobic crowd giving lectures about being queer. Unpredictable things happen mostly in this month. Closeted people try to come out and proudly announce their sexual orientations. Open people celebrate the month in their own queer way. Activists conduct various interviews. Artists become extra creative by making colorful arts. Queer music albums get released. Special queer conversations with well-recognized queer people happen around in all kinds of media. There will be news about queer celebrations from every nook and corner of the world. Everything revolves around the queer community in the month of June!
But when the calendar strikes JULY, everything becomes silent, calm, and back to typical normality where the bits and pieces of queerness get gradually diminished until the next year. All the inclusivity in different streams regarding the queer people suddenly gets halted, and they get unnoticed within no time. Typically pride month is getting treated as a mini Christmas season. All the jingle gets vanished after June. Because after extracting profits out of marketing gimmicks to lure queer people out to purchase different product range from different brands, after getting goodwill out of fake inclusion of the queer community in their company's prospects, these societal dramatic people forget queer people easily.
Hence, being a true queer person, you shouldn't do the same, and you must keep your spirits high to remain fabulous, gay, and colorful even after the end of June. To make it happen, you must appreciate a few ways to keep the queer charm, ever glowing.
Be the same enthusiastic, active and proud queer person all the time, not only in Pride month.
Wear rainbows and unicorns whenever you feel like wearing instead of just choosing June as the perfect period to wear because this typically makes people think that you appreciate your orientation and you can get comfortable only in Pride month.
Engage yourself in all kinds of queer activism and participate in the events which elevate your queer standards and let others get inspired by you instead of getting back to your routines and not care about the upliftment of the queer community.
You clearly don't have to raise your voice, shout out slogans, get into pride parades every month, but you can spare some time to fight against all the odds in society to add a boost to your queer personality.
Don't be like one of those queer couples who showcase enormous love in pride month and disappear the rest of the year. That's not how you are supposed to deal with your queer love especially when many young queer couples look out for you for any kind of motivation to be happy together all the time.
Stop investing money on brands that don't give a damn to improve the queer merchandise they launch in Pride month. If a brand isn't developing a particular product range constantly, it clearly specifies the negligence of recognizing the importance of the queer community. So never turn back to such brands.
Instead, keep buying products from brands that are completely queer-oriented and consistently upgrade their product range by launching interesting products. This demonstrates the commitment towards the queer community. Being a queer person, you must appreciate their efforts by purchasing such products.
Contribute your creative skills, motivational and inspirational skills for the further development of the queer com