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Article written by Kendra Beltran
We’ve all seen the tired red and green decor that heteros like to utilize during the holidays. And while that’s all good and well, when you have a lot of pride in who you are - you want to not only showcase it in your everyday life but in your holiday decor. So let’s take a look at some incredible pieces that will take your holiday decor from tired and drab to wired and fab!
Pine is fine but bright as fuck rainbow tree in the window? Yes, please! Imagine putting your gifts underneath a burst of color that will make you think you’re in the middle of a Pride Parade in June and not in the middle of a cold day in December.
For the bears out there, you can’t really go wrong with a prideful stocking that not only shimmers and shines but also showcases who you are in the community. Don’t worry, we’re sure all you otters, cubs, and wolves can find theirs as well.
Remind people of the long fight the LGBTQ community has had while giving them a wonderful gift with some prideful, iridescent wrapping paper.
Every home needs a wreath during the holidays. So instead of one made of the same basic components that offer cliche, go for one that really hits the mark and shows not only beauty and grace, but those beautiful rainbow colors off in a very elegant way.
If you opt-out of having a full-blown rainbow tree, then perhaps we can interest you in lights that have them instead? This way you can still show off your pride but in a more low key way that’s still super cute.
Everyone else is lighting candles for their saints this time of year, and now you can too with some amazingly stunning Drag Queen Saint Candles that feature some of the most notable in the scene.
Jazz up an old pine tree with a glittery rainbow skirt that you can then turn into an ensemble to rock at next year’s Pride events. Now that’s a win, win situation there ever was one.Previous Next
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