The coronavirus pandemic has canceled a lot of things, but your summer vacation doesn’t have to be one of them. USA TODAY
Today marks the start of LGBTQ+ Pride Month — typically a time of merriment, with rainbows and glitter galore, and reflection. The first Pride , led by .
But the has led to change in plans for this year’s Pride celebrations given the and restrictions around gatheringin large groups, key components in honoring the occasion.
None of this, however, means Pride is truly “canceled,” whether you’re queer yourself or an ally. Celebrations are alive and well — they will just happen virtually, and where possible, in small and distanced groups. Pride also comes as many around the