Stand Proud: Best Cannabis Products to Celebrate Pride


It’s that time of year again, when we take some time out to celebrate who we are sexually, without embarrassment or shame. And that goes for everyone, gay, straight, or anything in between. Having pride in who we are is a right, not a privilege, regardless of who is next to us in bed. So, this year, let’s take a look at some of the cooler cannabis products out there to celebrate pride month.

What’re the best cannabis products to celebrate Pride month? Any of them! But if you’re specifically looking for a way to feel good without the anxiety of standard THC, then your best Pride purchase might be delta-8 THC. This alternate form of THC leaves users with a clear-headed high and more energy – which is perfect for hitting a parade. Check out our selection of Delta-8 THC deals, and celebrate pride d8 style.

Celebrating Pride

Quite obviously, there was not always a gay pride month to celebrate. The birth of gay pride actually started in a much more violent and angry way than current celebrations would indicate, but certainly not without reason or merit. It should be remembered that America in the 1950’s and 1960’s wasn’t the most gay-friendly of places, and this extended from social issues to legal issues. The idea of standing up for gay rights, started in a small way in the mid-60’s when two different pro-gay rights organizations, Daughters of Bilitis, and Mattachine Society, started demonstrations, including ‘annual reminders’.

These ‘annual reminders’ were picket events held between 1965-1969, which took place in Philadelphia at Independence Hall on July 4th. These demonstrations acted as a reminder of the unfair treatment towards gay people in terms of civil rights protections. In 1968, Frank Kamey, a participant in the annual reminders, and a leader in the gay civil rights movement, started the slogan ‘Gay is Good’ to promote the idea of self-love and self-acceptance for the gay community, and tolerance beyond it. This motto was taken directly from a similar motto and movement meant to inspire equal rights: ‘Black is Beautiful’.



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Beth Edmonds