The footage has already gained nearly 50 million views with no end in sight.
Pride parents have captured the hearts of TikTok users — and rightfully so.
Brooklyn-based drag queen Chiquitita (@chiquitettas) opens up to In The Know by Yahoo about her drag persona.
“It would be so exciting to get to see myself in the Sims that way.”
Megan Mitchell’s TikTok video has viewers reaching for the tissues.
Teraj is talking about Conscious Step, the sock brand that’s partnered with The Trevor Project to support LGBTQIA+ youth.
“You’ll see one or two Black films do really well and that it’s lauded and then it looks at if it was a success, but then you don’t see the pipeline that stays open and keeps those films flowing through major studios.”
“Ever since I was young, I’ve been very gay,” In The Know’s Cyle Suesz writes.
For Cummings, the transition from drag performances to politics wasn’t that big of a leap.
An LGBTQ+ woman who wanted to start a family with her partner changed her company’s culture for good upon learning she did not qualify for any benefits or time off.