Sunday uplifting news. Thousands rally for LGBT rights in Washington, D.C. Always from love


It’s Sunday Funday here at if you are new to us welcome to We do things a little different around here. We talk about fashion, lifestyle, arts, our struggles, and current events. We love waking up to all the love that we have been receiving in the Cyber World. Today thousands of LGBT activists march in Washington DC and more across the US to stand up and protest Trump in the one- year anniversary of the Pulse Night Club shooting. We love seeing news like this especially its pride month. When we are alone we are broken. When we are together we are whole. We still remember very vividly the horror of the Pulse Nightclub shooting. The centerpiece event, the Equality March in Washington, was endorsed by virtually every major national advocacy group working on behalf of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Americans.


The activist rally against the American President Donald Trump against their decisions on taking away federal guidance advising school districts to let transgender students use the bathrooms and locker rooms of their choice. Your hate will not divide us. People from as far as California, Colorado and Kentucky held aloft placards bearing slogans such as “Make America Kind Again”, “Remember Pulse” and “We Are Human”.


We must stand as a group. We must stand to battle the hate that is surrounding the world. Learn and educate the world about topics that matter to you. There’s really is too much hate around the world and it’s up to us how to change that. Be an activist and let your voice be heard. Live for the moments that matter you. If you are just like us check out the festivities that are happening around you and join the rally against equality. It’s more than just pride. We are and always will be changing the world with love, articles, letters, stories and more. Happy Hunger Games and may the force be with us all. Until our next post. Spread the love, be you, be the slayer of the truth, be kind to one another, appreciate individuality and diversity.


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