“To me, Pride Month is a time to celebrate being unapologetically myself. It is a time to celebrate being part of the incredible LGBTQ+ community, to recognize how far we’ve come and how far we have left to go, and to amplify LGBTQ+ voices and experiences. I try to do this all year, but I use Pride Month as an extra opportunity to educate others on LGBTQ+ identities and the issues that the community faces. I thank the people who came before me that made being authentically myself possible and advocated for a better world for future generations.” —Dylan Kapit ’16
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