lgbt+ Pride Month

Celebrating Pride Month: I Love You. It's Not About Gender

It has to be said that falling in love with someone is a beautiful thing, but the person you love might just happen to be of the same sex. Throughout history, homosexuality has always been a controversial and discriminatory group. But in the 21st century, it's an absolute affront to human rights, and the freedom to love and choose a spouse shouldn't be blamed from the sidelines. It's almost time for the cool kids to celebrate in June, and I'm proud of each and every one of them who are brave enough to come out. But how much do you know about Pride Month and LGBT+? There's everything you want to know in this article, and we've got a few surprises in store for these brave souls, so read on.

A little history about Pride Month

On June 28, 1969, New York City police raided a gay bar called the Stonewall Inn, and raids have always been an excuse used by cops to extort money. But this time, it didn't go so well; there were about 200 patrons in the establishment - gays, lesbians, feminists, transsexuals, cross-dressers, prostitutes, etc. - and all with hot tempers, so the patrons revolted en masse, pelting the cops with rocks and bottles.

In the days that followed, tensions mounted, riots took place throughout the city, and a number of heterosexuals and other discriminated social groups expressed their solidarity with the city, marching in large-scale demonstrations to demand respect and equal rights. The event became known as the Stonewall Uprising, and June 28th has since become an important commemorative day for the rights of the LGBT+ community (lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender): International LGBT+ Pride Day. At the same time, June has become Pride Month for the global gay community, with parades of sexual minorities in many cities around the world celebrating, defending their rights and fighting discrimination.


Some perspectives on gender identity and sexual orientation

What is gender identity

I get a lot of questions about sexual orientation and gender, but I don't have a simple answer for that. Sexuality-related topics are complex because human sexuality itself is full of different dimensions of understanding and fluidity of meaning. Some people think that gender identity is "who you are" and sexual orientation is "who you want to have sex with". I agree with this, but when you think about it, shouldn't these two concepts encompass a wider range of content and more dimensions than these two simple explanations?

Gender identity is what gender your brain thinks you are, who you are, and what kind of you you want others to see. The gender you identify with affects every corner of your life, such as how you dress, how you are portrayed in society, how others respond to you, what others expect of your behavior, whether you will go to the men's room or the women's room, and the role you play in your family ......

Some people are lucky enough that the gender their brain identifies with is the same as their biological sex, so they are comfortable playing their gender role in society. We call people whose gender identity is the same as their biological sex cisgender.

However, there is another segment of the population that may be male or female in their biological sex, yet their brain keeps thinking they are the opposite gender, or nothing, or everything, and such a population is the transgender population, or the T within LGBT.

What is sexual orientation?

Sexual orientation refers to who you are attracted to, who you want to have romantic feelings for, and who you are willing to maintain an intimate sexual relationship with. Of course, biological sex plays an important role in sexual relationships, but the gender that the person you are willing to maintain a sexual relationship with identifies with is often what attracts you at first glance.

When it comes to sexual orientation, heterosexual, homosexual and bisexual come to mind. In fact, there are quite a lot of people whose sexual orientation is not among these three entries. There is a segment of people who don't care at all about the gender of their sexual or romantic partner (male, female or transgender is fine), as long as they fall in love, that's what they are in love with, and this segment of the population would consider themselves to be pansexuals. There is another group of people who have never had sexual desire for anyone, and this group of people are asexuals, which is often mistaken for "frigid" people. In fact, in a normally developed civilized society, a person's sexual orientation should not affect his daily life too much. Unlike gender identity, sexual orientation is not social. When you see a person in a convenience store, you don't say, "Hello, straight/gay!" You might just say, "Hello, Mr./Miss!" In short, who you choose to have sex with has nothing to do with how you interact with society as a whole.

Inyarose 3 Top Sex Toys for queers

Sex is an integral part of the spiritual connection between gay men, in addition to the spiritual connection.Inyarose has now kicked off Pride Month with a surprise event, and we've got 5 top sex toys to find the one you've got your heart set on.

Handheld Mini Candied Haws Vibrator

First of all, from the appearance, the lines are smooth, the shape is small and delicate, very simple at a glance. In our impression most of the wand vibrators are bulky and heavy, but it is different, the compact body also contains great energy, with 9 different vibration modes and 3 vibration intensities, anyone can find the right feeling for themselves. Its cleverly designed motor delivers precise 4D impacts, balancing hardness and softness. Even he can be used as a makeshift fascia gun to relieve your sore muscle problems, killing two birds with one stone. Plus, it's waterproof.

Handheld Mini Candied Haws Vibrator

Bluetooth G-Spot Vibrator with Dolphin Design

Wearable sex toys have long been a favorite of many users, especially wearable devices with remote control capabilities. Introducing to you our Bluetooth G-Spot Vibrator, with its curved design crafted to precisely target your erogenous zones. Its powerful vibrations will stimulate your entire area, ensuring you a wonderful experience. What sets this vibrator apart is its innovative bendable Bluetooth antenna, which extends beyond the main body of the toy to expand the control area. It has 10 vibration modes to choose from, meaning you can explore your favorite sensations with seamless remote control at your fingertips.

Bluetooth G-Spot Vibrator with Dolphin Design

Silicone Rainbow Anal Plug

Explore intimate pleasures with this vibrant set designed for those who aspire to be "butt proud". Featuring an iconic rainbow design, this set of anal training plugs includes three progressively sized plugs for both beginners and experienced enthusiasts. The flared T-shaped base doubles as a handle for easy access and prevents the plug from being inserted too deeply. Experience enhanced perineal stimulation to boost your overall pleasure.

Silicone Rainbow Anal Plug

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