And so we marched with love, with compassion, with solidarity. Hate and fear cannot win. pic.twitter.com/sNfMKKuenu
— Jordan Shalhoub (@jordLS) June 12, 2016
being openly gay in america continues to be a radical act but I hope kids who see terror like this aren’t scared into staying closeted
— Matt Bellassai (@MattBellassai) June 12, 2016
THIS is why we have #Pride. Because everyday there is someone who wishes we didn't exist, and yet we do, with love and joy. #Pride2016
— defund the police to abolish the police (@RheaButcher) June 12, 2016
Also, "don't politicize this"? Really? You've politicized queer people using bathrooms and having jobs, you can't depoliticize their deaths.
— Amy says SamCap Best Cap (@spooloflies) June 12, 2016
Be proud of who we are. #loveislove pic.twitter.com/RDgEox3UOH
— h (@halsey) June 12, 2016
Being gay is not a joke. It is not a choice. It is not a political act. For those of us who are gay it is an act of love. Be strong. 🌈🌈🌈
— Ashly Perez 🤙🏽 (@itsashlyperez) June 12, 2016
#LoveIsLove and can't anyone ever change that 💯
— KING (@iamKingAshlee) June 12, 2016
We're gay and we're not going anywhere. Get over it and/or learn to accept us. #OrlandoShooting pic.twitter.com/KaEC5iu8SV
— Tom and Lorenzo (@tomandlorenzo) June 12, 2016
HAPPY PRIDE ❤️💛💚💙💜 pic.twitter.com/YIuiODFzZU
— Will Shepherd (@shep689) June 12, 2016
For those of you tweeting me to be safe, thank you, and I will. Fear should never outweigh love. Our community should be out and proud.
— Steph Frosch (@ElloSteph) June 12, 2016
Proud to say what I say,
and do what I do,
and love who I love,
and trust what is true. #PoemforPride #mygayass pic.twitter.com/72rB4GbQfZ
— Hannah Hart 🌱 (@harto) June 12, 2016
Today, we will not march in fear. We march for love and peace. We march for you, Orlando. #Pride2016
— Kelsey Darragh (@kelseydarragh) June 12, 2016
Freedom isn't just being able to own a gun or make millions.
Freedom is being able to love who you love, and not worry about being harmed.
— jacob geers (@JacobGeers) June 12, 2016
despite it all, i've never felt more proud to be gay. being part of the lgbtq+ community is a blessing, and no violent act will change that.
— tyler oakley (@tyleroakley) June 12, 2016