As Pride month approaches and corporations get in on the Pride action with rainbow-colored products galore, Donald Trump has now unveiled his own Pride merchandise. As his days in office ticked by, Trump issued a transgender military ban ; the White House ignored World AIDS Day; proposed a budget cut to global HIV programs; and proposed to roll back protections for transgender people in health care. This is probably the stupidest, most hypocritical, most ridiculous thing I have seen today. Trump releases LGBTQ Gay Pride t-shirt the same day this headline is in the news: Homeless shelters could deny transgender people under proposed Trump administration rule Let's also not forget the trans military ban. You can't make this shit up!
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You have rights as a student in public school. You have the right to express your gender, and it is unlawful for your peers or teachers to harass or treat you differently because of your gender. No matter what sex you were assigned at birth, you have the right to cut your hair and wear your clothes in a way that matches your gender identity. If you have to wear a drape or tuxedo for your senior portrait, you have the right to wear whichever matches your gender identity. You have the right to be called by the gender pronouns that you specify. You also have the right to play on the sports team that matches your gender identity.
Gay Pride, Anti Racism, and Feminist Shirts and Accessories
The merchandise has never been more plentiful or easier to find. Pride month has drawn a wide range of big-name retailers offering thematic merchandise timed to the celebration of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender rights. Primark, which has hundreds of stores across Europe and the United States, has seen a backlash from some L. It is selling pride-themed items like rainbow fanny packs and sequined caps.
One high-profile U. American Apparel will reportedly be giving away 10, of its popular " Legalize Gay " T-shirts in its stores and on the streets of Paris in support of France's embattled marriage equality bill. The T-shirts were originally created in in an effort to combat Prop 8, California's voter-approved ban on same-sex marriage.