Five celebrities who are LGBTQIA+ allies
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Five celebrities who are LGBTQIA+ allies

Pride Month was first celebrated in the United States in the year 2000

Five celebrities who are LGBTQIA+ allies

New Delhi: The whole world is celebrating Pride Month. In the month of June, it's rainbow wherever you look and that shows how long we all have come and gives hope for a more inclusive and loving future.

The queer folks have struggled for long to have a voice in the society and it is our duty to stand by them while they continue to fight, just like an ally. There are celebrities who are allies and use their platforms to raise awareness among the people and are unafraid of showing their support for the LGBTQIA+. Here are a few of them:

Katrina Kaif

Katrina Kaif is a beautiful modern-day lady with an endearing personality. Her beauty brand - Kay Beauty shared some beautiful posts on Instagram with beautiful captions. One of them read, “We stand together. Let's embrace love and the capability it has to bring us all closer to one another. During these unprecedented times of pain and loss, let the power of love strengthen us.”

Further, they shared, “The celebration of equal love is a year-round agenda for us at Kay Beauty, but this month we hope to deliver to you, even more colour, happiness, and positivity and aim to promote individuality, freedom of expression, and most importantly self-love. Happy Pride Month.”

Priyanka Chopra

Priyanka has always been vocal about her ideologies and has set a strong example for women across the world. Priyanka shared a post on an Instagram reel saying, “Love is powerful.” Then she asked, “What does love mean to you?” she captioned her video, “Love is… take a video sharing what love means to YOU and tag me so I can see! #HappyPrideMonth.”



Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

In 2018, During a meeting with the delegates of the Commonwealth Youth Forum, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex showed their support for LGBTQIA+. Jacob Thomas opened up about the support of LGBTQIA+ in Australia, which he received from the royal couple.

Jacob also won an award for helping to lower the suicide rate of  LGBTQIA+ in Australia. Prince Harry and Markle said they would put LGBT issues at the front of their work.

Bruce Springsteen

USA born singer pulled out a concert in North Carolina over an  anti-LGBT law. Springsteen gave the statement to the Time magazine, “To my mind, it’s an attempt by people who cannot stand the progress our  country has made in recognising the human rights of all of our citizens to overturn that progress.”

Amy Schumer

In April 2017, Ammy told PrideSource that she couldn’t remember the time when she didn’t support the LGBT community. In a press conference with PrideSource, Amy told for herself and her 'Snatched' co-star Goldie Hawn, “We’re both people who will stand up to the death for our gay friends and gay people and what’s going on in Chechnya and the fear of what will happen in the coming years. We’ll be there to fight alongside our gay friends.”