Monday, June 3, 2019

PRIDE IN WORK

This year, with this current evil regime we have thinking they are bettering this country, and completely full of shit mind you, it's more important then ever to show that this wonderful community of the LGBTQ will not taking it lying down. All of us, jocks twinks, fems, leather daddies, queens, trans, questioning, bears,kings, lesbians...ALL, must come together and work as one and support each other!!!! I know most have been to Pride parades and festivals, but I feel, rather be it, we go with friends or alone, get out to your cities festivities, be seen, and celebrate what we have conquered so far, and honor our past heroes…. and who knows, you may even meet some new friends. I have gotten a few emails as to what will be going on in Philly from incoming guest, so I will have another post coming for those wondering. This year I felt it a very important Pride, so much so, I was compelled to even do a simple aisle display for the month at our store, and the company was very supportive, as was the store manger. Not only does it tie together fashion, but I thought it should also be educational. How many really know what the colors stand for in the Pride flag? I have been very touched that mostly straight customers have really liked the simple, but to the point visual, many not knowing the colors even stood for anything, and it was the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots. Mission accomplished.

So get out there and show those bastards are PRIDE!!!!!!
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31 comments:

  1. Very dignified and classy. I like it!

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  2. Yes, dignified and educational!
    xoxoxooxox :-)

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  3. You got class girl!!!! I also think it's beyond great and amazing balls that your place support you and give you the creativity to do this! Simple. Meaningful. Eye catching.

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  4. πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

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  5. LOVE IT!!!! You sure don't see anything like that around here. You are so darn cool.

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  6. I might add, that I like the mannequins being white and simple, to POP the color to further enhance the message. It's refreshing to read that many straight people are noticing too.

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  7. GAYmen, hunty!
    I’ve seen some Pride displays. Even Target has one! πŸ€“
    But you said it. In times like this, Pride is political.

    Happy Pride!

    XoXo

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  8. Great work Mistress!!!! I can only guess New York will be insane this year. Get those buns buttered Mistress!!!!!!!

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  9. Some think this cynical merchandizing but I think anyone/any group that bravely comes out (to face the wrath) is a good things.

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    1. I thought it cool they let our team put it up, while we dont actually sell any pride merchandise. But our parent macys does.

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  10. Awesome displays! Love your blog banner too!

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  11. I like simple, & thank you for educating me regarding the colours.
    Sx

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  12. Impressive! Happy Pride month! Jx

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  13. You are a creative genius! Very classy.

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  14. Beautiful display, mistress. And the subtle reminder of the meaning of each color will be educational for many. Kudos!

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  15. I looked up what the colors meant once, but, I'm ashamed to say, immediately forgot. Thanks for reminding me,

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    1. From year to year, one or two always slips my mind too.

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  16. Wonderful display! I remember Stonewall...and, at one time, knew what each color stood for. Of course the meaning slipped from memory. Thanks for the reminder. Hugs!

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  17. I have a gay son but had no idea what the colours stood for!
    I just thought they were a pretty rainbow. πŸ˜€

    You have constructed a tasteful and stylish display. It's lovely.
    And you have educated me too!

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    1. I'll bet your son is as sweet as you too? !!!

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  18. Stylish and educational! I don't think I ever knew what the colours represented, so thank you (I'm such a rubbish gay).

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  19. I love it!!!!!! I also love your new banner above!!!! Though I miss seeing your body.

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  20. Beautiful and impactful display!

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    1. Thank you Gabriel!!!! And thank you for stopping in and welcome!!!

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  21. 3 words: FAB U LOUS! now I know what the colors mean. and your employer is forward thinking!

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  22. You opened my eyes to many new things on my visit, and I thank you. You were good for my soul. And I love this!!!! Makes me happy.

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  23. That is very cool and elegant. It's even better that they dont repress you.

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  24. Brilliant has always!!!!!

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