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WHY WE SUPPORT THE LGBTQIA+ COMMUNITY


For decades, our LGBTQIA+ wearers have been lacing up their DM’s and taking to the streets. Marching in our boots. And shaping them into a symbol of rebellion. But despite everything they’ve achieved, the work is nowhere near done​. LGBT homelessness is on the rise. Trans discrimination is rife around the world. In 2021, Pride remains as important as ever. So as we celebrate this year, we're going to help showcase why. Shine a light on the different ways people continue to celebrate Pride and draw strength from it. And help educate our community on issues facing our LGBTQIA+ wearers every day. As long as they need our support — until every single person feels respected, safe and seen — we'll keep shouting and marching with them. And continuing to support them in every way we can.

For Pride 2021, we’re partnering again with The Trevor Project, the world's largest suicide prevention and crisis intervention organization for LGBTQIA+ young people. And in our fifth year working with The Trevor Project, we’re stepping up our commitment with a $100,000 donation and a year-round partnership to help share valuable resources with the people who need them.

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