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Pride Flags

LGBTQ+ Resource Center

Over 45% of LGBTQ+ youth think about suicide each year and less than 33% of transgender youth consider their home to be accepting and gender-affirming. The Trevor Project revealed that over 60% of LGBTQ+ youth who needed mental health assistance in the last year were not given any help. These statistics and the many more that surround LGBTQ+ youth need to change and we have made it part of our mission to advocate and support youth who are part of the LGBTQ+ community. Not only are we working to create a kinder world, but we're also hoping to create a more accepting one where humans are allowed and accepted to be who they are and love who they love without fear of judgement and harm against them.

Pride Parade

What is pride?

LGBTQ+ pride (pride) is the celebration and acceptance of all individuals within the LGBTQIA+ community including lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, and asexual people as well as those questioning their gender and/or identity. Pride month is every June and usually involves pride festivals across the world where LGBTQ+ individuals and supporters gather together for parties, events, and parades where we are able to celebrate being ourselves. 

Pride Flags and the meaning behind them

Pride flags represent a variety of LGBTQ+ people and each one has a unique and special meaning behind it.

Progress Pride Flag

Rainbow Pride Flag

Trans Pride Flag

Pansexual Pride Flag

Progress Pride Flag

Progress Pride Flag

Asexual Pride Flag

Bisexual Pride Flag

Progress Pride Flag

Lesbian Pride Flag

Non-Binary Pride Flag

Need Support?

The Trevor Project

The Trevor Project is an LGBTQ+ Youth support network with a 24/7 crisis center that you can reach to talk about anything you need to talk about. The Trevor Project is a leading nonprofit organization with a focus on protecting and helping LGBTQ+ youth with acceptance and mental health.

Our Colors United is a worldwide social media movement that works to spread love, acceptance, and advocacy within the LGBTQ+ youth community. The platform was created by One Life Project Executive Director Alexander Kovarovic. Their Instagram page can be found by clicking here.

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