As you can see, Pride Month is in full swing, and I'm here to say that I 0% care who you choose to have sex with as long as the person is a consenting adult, and not a goat or something. Yeah, I'm looking at YOU, Arkansas. Speaking of which, did you know that Washington state recently hit #1 for goat-f*cking? That's a stat you now know. (I blame Eastern Washington.) I guess I can't really rag on the south for that anymore. THANKS EASTERN WASHINGTON GUYS.
So hey, as long as you aren't violating animals, we're good.
- Top: navy tunic t-shirt from White Plum
- Bottom: navy ribbed and fishnet pencil skirt from BCBGeneration
- Belt: navy obi-style belt from Express
- Necklace: from FabFitFun
- Bag: striped satchel from Kate Spade
- Shoes: rainbow striped sneakers from the Kids' Section of Rothy's
Before I sign off, I just want to say that it can be easy to feel like you're supporting the LGBTQ+ community by purchasing every rainbow-dedazzled thing you can find... but does that REALLY do anything for them? How much of that money is actually going toward organizations that help them? Would it be better to just directly donate to those organizations instead? Does your support end at the end of the parade? Would literally handing a twenty dollar bill to your queer friend make a bigger impact than wearing rainbow pasties downtown? (I mean, you should wear them anyway). Just things to ponder as every retailer on the planets sticks a rainbow on something to make some sales and act like they did their (very profitable) part.
See you tomorrow!