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This Inspirational Advice from Queer Eye's Fab 5 Will Boost Your Mood

Yup, we got to talk to the cast themselves!
This month of June is an event-filled one. We’re not only marking the fourth month since quarantine began, but we are also celebrating many important things.There’s Independence Day, which was met with arduous expression online last June 12 due to numerous political
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This App Provides a Safe Online Space for the LGBTQ Community to Gather This Pride Month

While you're at it, you can help our queer lolos and lolas who were economically impacted by the pandemic!
More than a celebration, Pride marches have always fostered a sense of community that allows every LGBTQ individual to feel empowered to be themselves. Though the current quarantine measures may be keeping us from painting the streets rainbow this June, no pandemic
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These Classic Converse Sneakers Get a Rainbow Makeover for Pride Month

There's also a blue-and-pink pair inspired by the trans community!
Despite all that's going on in the world, it should still be acknowledged that June is Pride Month—which makes it a good time to learn more about the LGBTQ community by watching movies that champion Pride as well as by studying the
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The British Royal Family Will Be Having Its First Same-Sex Marriage

Who's up for another royal wedding?
Right after welcoming Meghan Markle, the first black American to marry into British royalty, the royal family announces another historic union in the making. Lord Ivar Mountbatten, Queen Elizabeth II’s third cousin, will marry James Coyle, his partner of two years. Their nuptial
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Free to Be Proud: Min Ortiz

"I don’t want to be a woman—I just want to look like one."
Capping off Pride month, we seek to learn more about sexual orientation, gender identity and expression (SOGIE) with various members of the LGBTQIA community. Their stories are a glimpse of the diversity, beauty, and power of SOGIE and we hope that they empower you to
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Free to Be Proud: Fifth Solomon

"I was quite paranoid, I was worried about what everyone was thinking."
Capping off Pride month, we seek to learn more about sexual orientation, gender identity and expression (SOGIE) with various members of the LGBTQIA community. Their stories are a glimpse of the diversity, beauty, and power of SOGIE and we hope that they empower you to
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Free to Be Proud: Jesi Corcuera

“The first thing that changed was my voice, my mom didn’t recognize me over the phone.”
Capping off Pride month, we seek to learn more about sexual orientation, gender identity and expression (SOGIE) with various members of the LGBTQIA community. Their stories are a glimpse of the diversity, beauty, and power of SOGIE and we hope that they empower you to
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Free to Be Proud: Bj Pascual

"I was very reserved before. I was afraid of being called out."
Capping off Pride month, we seek to learn more about sexual orientation, gender identity and expression (SOGIE) with various members of the LGBTQIA community. Their stories are a glimpse of the diversity, beauty, and power of SOGIE and we hope that they empower you to
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Free to Be Proud: Janlee Dungca

“I felt that LGBTs were being ridiculed and I didn’t want to be ridiculed, so I put up this front that I like girls.”
Capping off Pride month, we seek to learn more about sexual orientation, gender identity and expression (SOGIE) with various members of the LGBTQIA community. Their stories are a glimpse of the diversity, beauty, and power of SOGIE and we hope that they empower you to
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Free to Be Proud: Trisha O’Bannon

People often label Trisha as bisexual but she prefers the term queer, because it encompasses other aspects of her nature.
Capping off Pride month, we seek to learn more about sexual orientation, gender identity and expression (SOGIE) with various members of the LGBTQIA community. Their stories are a glimpse of the diversity, beauty, and power of SOGIE and we hope that they empower you
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Free to Be Proud

Let these stories empower you to find love, understanding, and acceptance for yourself and others.
The Philippines is an inquisitive land, where many of its people feel an absolute need to dip their noses into the affairs of others.In application forms, for example, it’s rudimentary for government offices, schools, and companies to ask about our gender. Our
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These Filipino Dancers Will Be Competing at the Gay Games 2018

In Paris, France!
Talk about a historic moment. Filipino dancers Jan Cerezo and JR Marquez are set to represent the Philippines at the Gay Games 2018 in Paris! An international competition that has been combating LGBT discrimination in sports for over three decades now, it's
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5 Local Gender-Neutral Brands That Let You Be Yourself

Brands that let you embrace your individuality.
Dressing knows no boundaries. Fashion gives us various options to mix and match clothes that best represent each of us, and these local fashion brands let us do just that. Even though conservatism is the norm, each piece from these brands will
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Here's Your First Look at the Colourette x The Kings Collection

Just in time for pride month!
We're getting a special treat from Colourette Cosmetics for pride month, and there's definitely more to it than makeup. This June 6, the local makeup brand is collaborating with the dynamic duo of Joey and Angelina Mead King for The Kings x Colourette, a collection
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Jigs Mayuga's Letter to His Younger Self Will Move You to Tears

The makeup artist opens up about his inspiring story.
Dearest Jigs,I know this may sound cliché now but believe me when I say, things really do get better.Hold on to the goodness in your heart and keep the faith. At an early age, you will notice that you are different. And though you