Happy Pride Month 2023
It's pride month once again. Members of the LGBTQ+ community raise your voices. Family, friends, and allies raise your voices. Write about what pride month means to you and why it's important to celebrate it. Any format works. Please be respectful.
Happy Pride Month!
Write something about LGBTQIA+ pride. It can be a poem, a story, a journal, whatever you want. Cover as many topics as you want. Cover as many genres as you wish. As long as it's something celebrating being proud and true to ones self. And of course, don't forget to tag me.
I'm sure some people on here have noticed that pronouns and other terms are lacking for nonbinary people. They/them is pretty good, but it is met with criticism often. I realize that no matter what, nonbinary pronouns will be met with resistance. I think that there aren't enough words in the english language for us nonbinary peeps. Requirements: a name for a parent (like mom or dad), a pronoun and its forms (he/him/his/she/her/hers), an official term (like sir or ma'am) and a term for general people (like miss or mister). Sorry for the long description, but I look forward to seeing your entries! I'll post one so you can see what I mean.
Write a poem or a song for LGBTQ+ couples everywhere.
There aren't enough poems or songs for LGBTQ+ couples. So let's try and fix that. See if you can write a poem or a song for a same sex couple somewhere. Let them know that their love for each other matters.
LGBT Representation in Children's Programs.
Write about your thoughts on this. Has it gotten better over the years? Any good examples of representation? General thoughts. Fill free to tag me, and please be respectful in both posts and comments.
What's are homophobes doing right and wrong?
Atlanta created a challenge a bit back that said, Write an essay about why being homophobic is wrong. https://theprose.com/challenge/10896 I'm combining this with my own idea. You can do one or the other, or both. I don't care.
Marvel recently introduced a new comic line called 'The New Warriors' and it features a new cast of superheroes, two of which are non-binary twins named Snowflake and Safespace, and boy the internet is not happy about this at all, in particular with the two non-binary characters. How do you all feel about this?
All opinions are accepted. But remember to be kind and respectful in your posts/comments. Don't make Stan Lee come down from Heaven, you punks! (lol)