Monday, June 5, 2017

COME OUT, COME OUT.......

This, being the first Monday and all of the month, I thought what a better time to wish all Happy Pride Tidings. If you go to a Pride in your area for whatever reason, just make sure your there with Pride and be proud, and if your reading this...don't be shy, come out when your ready, but what better time to come out and be amongst kin during Pride month.....

so come out, come out, wherever you are....

And worry not. Dorothy will never leave you!!!

31 comments:

  1. Such pretty pictures ... a Pride Orange ... and you ended with the perfect tune!
    Happy Pride, MM!

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  2. Happy Pride, Mistress! I hope you don't mind, but I'm stealing some of your fab images. I especially loved the one of Miss Richfield 1981 sewing the pride flag alongside Betsy Ross sewing the stars 'n stripes, LOL!

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    1. Isn't she a hoot! I love that picture. Miss Richfield does a lot with the Philly tourism here. She knows how to drum up the business.

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  3. Happy Pride! My favorite is the guy's t-shirt, of course. Now, go skip down your own yellow brick road and never worry about what others think.

    The "...Oz" clip includes a friend of mine - to fill in Munchkinland, they used children.

    Hugs!!!!

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  4. All are equal in my eyes! Lovely colorful post for this Monday!

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  5. I'm pretty sure the clip is even gayer then a pride festival itself.

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  6. Happy Pride Month! I love your collection of photos to show creative ways of showing the colors of the flag. Beautiful.

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  7. Full on support from this girl, this month and always. And your right, come out when your ready, is key. Otherwise it can be very disastrous. But I do agree, if one does come out, this month or Pride festivals, it is a great time to meet people and out reaches for help. A good friend of mine as been tortured over time in the closet. She told me years ago, and I could see it was taking a toll on her. She just came out, only recently because I showed her something on your blog. I can't remember what it was now, but she called me later that night and said she spent four hours reading your blog. It sank in to her all the life she has been missing. But what really sank it in was in one post your quote of "Live, Live, Life's a banquet and some poor suckers are starving." She decide to come up... to all, and your favorite quote is now hers. So who to thank...you, Auntie Mame, Rosalind Russell? I have always loved your blog, I know your blog is funny and campy at times, and you may think at times campy fun nonsense, but is changed her world. She will be going to her first Pride festival this summer!!!!!!!!!! So her and I both thank you for your post and humor, and just posting!

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    1. Thank-you for so much to you and your friend. Your comment really touch me this evening. It's nice to know if our posts make someone's day, or can inspire just one person, it's all been worth it, even when we haven't tried. Happy Pride Month to you both!
      💋

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  8. LOVE the rainbow pix on a rainy day! miss richfield & betsy ross - hee hee hee!

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  9. I doubt if I'll be seeing any Gay Pride parades here in rural Tennessee. Anyway, it's raining so damn much that all the colors would "run" on my rainbow flag.

    In honor of the month, I thought about going to the local Walmart in drag. Perhaps I could go as Joan Crawford?
    The only problem is that when the lynch mob comes after me, it would be difficult to run in heels....

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    1. If a lynch mob comes after you just grab the wire hangers.. or who knows, you may even get a date!

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  10. I'm adoring the pom-pom head, how perfect for a festival instead of a wig. Happy Pride!

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  11. Oh my, I want to celebrate all things queer with all the wonderful images. That image with Miss Richfield is genius!

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  12. We have a festival and parade planned for next weekend in my town, I think I just may go and try to have a good time. Great post of images. Happy Pride month to you and all.

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  13. Love the gum drops. Never occurred to me the colors they were for gay Pride. I will go get some and fill the candy dishes with this month.

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    1. Just don't get them mixed up with the special candy dish.

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  14. The veteran.....now that's a statement! Good on her!

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  15. Everything in this movie and post makes me happy!

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  16. Let the celebration begin....I'm now going out for some more glitter.....

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  17. Happy Pride Month!!! Our hope all for is to be happy one day, and that is much easier out of the closet than in. Everyone has their time to come out and must take it when their ready. And we must not forget out trans community in all this either. Let's all enjoy the month. With Pride.

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  18. Two of our neighborhood tribe came out in high school and college and one of my academic team members is transgender.
    All still loved and welcome in our house.

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  19. You go, girl!...our town has a great parade, it's always great to see celebration of diversity.

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  20. That tee shirt really sums up a lot. Both of them. Great post.

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  21. A couple of really great T-shirts among your pics!

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  22. The flags continue to fly, and glitter I bound to be shot from floats this year!!! Here's to a great month and loved your pictures. The Oz clip....you should come as Glinda!

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    1. Just clip your heels three times......

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  23. your name should be rainbow brite.

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  24. Here! Here! I always love the feeling of Pride Month. Great collection this week. Here's to bright colors and lots of glitter.

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Go ahead darling, tell me something fabulous!

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