It was short and sweet and there weren’t that many people, but we still had fun! I was a bit hesitant to wave around my mini pan-ace and nonbinary flags that I made the night before because I pretty much saw only rainbow and trans flags (with the exception of 1 genderfluid and 2 genderqueer flags), but I got a lot of compliments on them and there was one really cute person with blonde hair in pigtails and knee-high rainbow socks who asked me where I got my ace flag and I said I made it myself and then I asked them if they wanted an ace pin because I brought an extra and they said YES and then I gave it to them and then one of their friends came over as I walked away and I could hear the two of them excitedly screaming and that made me really happy and then I gave away the trans pins I brought and yeahhhhhh it warmed my heart to see all the rainbow gear and people of all ages with flags draped around their shoulders and I had this wide grin on my face the whole time like everywhere I looked was beautiful and it felt amazingggg
I went to a LGBT pride march yesterday since there was one where I live, and I was really happy because there were people of every ages, from little children to older people. And people who left the march were still wearing their flag pride all over the city. It was really nice ;w;
Anyway I hope every LGBT people are doing well and will enjoy this month ;w; (as well as the other months!!) You are all awesome no matter who you are, don’t tell anyone tell you otherwise!! Be proud of yourself!!
(Oh these are my character by the way. I hope you like them ;w; and sorry I couldn’t add every flags I hope it’s ok ;w;)
“You know, you’re a really cute girl.” He half shouted, competing with the pounding music of the club.
“Oh, well, thank you, but I’m not. A girl that is.” Before he could ask again, I clarified. “Not a boy, either. I’m just a person. I prefer ‘them.‘”
He looked me over for a moment before nodding.
“Alright, I can dig it. You’re still very cute, though.”