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- Commemorating Pride: Reflecting on Progress and Continuing to Advocate for Gender Diverse and Sexual Minority YouthJournal of Adolescent HealthVol. 66Issue 6
- PreviewLesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer or questioning (LGBTQ) Pride Month is marked with parades, demonstrations, workshops, and other events to recognize the local and global impact of LGBTQ individuals. This month also reminds us to honor those within the LGBTQ community who we have lost and reflect on our past and present struggles for human rights. Our history is rich in examples of how the LGBTQ community has fought for these rights: Compton Cafeteria Riots in San Francisco, Stonewall Riots in New York, demonstrations by the AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power to prompt governmental response for the AIDS epidemic, and the fight for same-sex marriage.