During the month of June, gay pride parades are hosted in many cities around the United States and the world. Whether you are participating in a parade or are a spectator on the sidelines, you'll want to show your pride by wearing clothes and accessories that use rainbows--the symbol of gay pride.
Wear a T-shirt to declare your gay pride. Choose a t-shirt with rainbow colors, either tie-dyed or with a rainbow or rainbow flag on it. Alternatively, don a shirt with an image and/or message on it. This message can be political--for example, an equal marriage slogan. Or it can be humorous--it might say something like "girls just want to have fun." You can purchase shirts like this from online and retail stores or make your own.
Many people use colorful, rainbow-themed accessories to accentuate their pride outfits. Wear a rainbow-colored belt, shoelaces, suspenders, necktie, hat or vest. Some people use these items to brighten an already colorful outfit. Others use these items over plain clothes to make a more subtle statement about their pride.
Show your gay pride with jewelry. You can be as bold or as understated as you want. For a colorful look, you can wear lots of colored plastic necklaces and bracelets. For something less obvious, you can wear small rainbow earrings or a different colored plastic ring on each finger. These items can be found at party and accessory stores.
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