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Gay Pride Apparel

Do you like it, do buy it, do you wear it?

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by It's PRIDE month, my lovelies.reply 1406/28/2020

No, I don't.

by It's PRIDE month, my lovelies.reply 106/13/2020

NOPE.

by It's PRIDE month, my lovelies.reply 206/13/2020

Grown-ups don't swan about as walking billboards of banality.

by It's PRIDE month, my lovelies.reply 306/13/2020

Yeah no!

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by It's PRIDE month, my lovelies.reply 406/13/2020

I exhibit my pride in who and what I am by the way I live my life and through my interactions with others...I don't need to wear rainbows to prove anything to anyone.

by It's PRIDE month, my lovelies.reply 506/13/2020

Nah. I don't need to wear rainbows to be a proud gay man.

by It's PRIDE month, my lovelies.reply 606/13/2020

We need an "I slept with Lady G" button.

by It's PRIDE month, my lovelies.reply 706/13/2020

I used to. But after a certain age, one should not try to be a youth again.

by It's PRIDE month, my lovelies.reply 806/13/2020

No. Not because I'm not proud of being gay--I'd wear a sign if I felt like it--but because most popular signifiers of LGBT are so ugly, banal, trashy, and poorly designed.

As I've said on DL before, rainbow Pride insignia has all the impact and sophistication of unicorns, kittens, and Strawberry Shortcake.

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by It's PRIDE month, my lovelies.reply 906/13/2020

I do if it has a great design or to support a business that I am already a fan of.

by It's PRIDE month, my lovelies.reply 1006/13/2020

I wear blue and green together frequently. I don't like the other four colors.

by It's PRIDE month, my lovelies.reply 1106/13/2020

Most gay men I know 40 and older actually hate these clothes. I have someone tell me straight out “Pride is not about a flag and rainbow clothing, it’s about our rights, but today’s youth have no idea why Pride exists”

I was wearing a T-shirt with rainbows and he must have been triggered. This was at a gay bar and people at the bar agreed with him.

by It's PRIDE month, my lovelies.reply 1206/13/2020

They also hate how Corporations are using gays pain and fight for equality etc. for money.

by It's PRIDE month, my lovelies.reply 1306/13/2020

I found this on a conservative website which strongly denounced it.

It appears that Donald Trump will sell you anything. A MAGA pride hat sold by the Trump campaign.

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by It's PRIDE month, my lovelies.reply 1406/28/2020
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