June is LGBT Pride Month!

The opposite of shame is pride and pride goes big, bold and beautiful in June when Pride Month kicks off, bringing together members of the LGBTQ community and allies to not only celebrate love for all people but to continue the push for equality and acceptance.

You can celebrate at home: throw a dance party, eat rainbow cake, make and hang your own Pride flags, and have conversations with your children about sexual orientation and gender identity. Even if you may be uncomfortable discussing Pride, there are ways to do so that is age appropriate. Here are some books that might help:

https://www.today.com/parents/15-kids-picture-books-about-lgbtq-tolerance-celebrate-pride-t129950

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