While most official Pride parades have been canceled across the globe, alternative celebrations are more than alive and well this year—despite the lack of rainbow corporate pop-up tents. For many, Pride has marked a special remembrance of the radical history of the Stonewall riots, and how we came to celebrate their anniversary as a turning point in the queer liberation movement. This month has always been, and will always be, about rebellion, resilience, and, even in the face of adversity, the pride to be who you are. And sometimes, one of the best ways to embody this subversive spirit is through the boundless connector of music. From the classics to new school and the ally-friendly here is a Pride playlist that is sure to get you grooving however you choose to celebrate. When You Should Play It: Whenever you want to lament about your pre-coming out angst without spoiling the mood.
The Ultimate 2020 LGBTQ Pride Playlist That'll Make You Want To Party
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Besides watching the best LGBTQ movies and reading great books by LGBTQ authors , one of the best ways to celebrate Pride is obviously through music — and luckily for you, we've rounded up all the best Pride songs for your playlist right here. These LGBTQ anthems and songs by queer artists celebrate love and acceptance of all people, and range from classic hits that's long been regarded as iconic gay anthems like "Y. What exactly defines a song as a Pride anthem, you ask? There's everything on our list from empowering songs of freedom and individuality, to heartfelt tracks that celebrate love in any and all kinds of forms. Regardless of which tune you choose to blast, though, each of these 25 songs for Pride captures the spirit and strength of the LGBTQ community — and are great picks for celebrating Pride this month and every month after that. So press play and let your rainbow flag fly — and don't forget to don your best Pride apparel and your most colorful rainbow makeup , of course!
Mayday has orange skin, magenta eyes with flower-shaped pupils, and blonde hair with three small pigtails and braided side bangs. She wears a red dress with a dark red underlayer, black shorts, a glove located on her left hand, socks with the toes and heels cut out, two armbands on the shoulders, and a choker on her neck. Mayday is a joyful, tomboyish and outgoing guitarist.
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