Every year, the month of June is celebrated as Pride Month around the world. It is a time to honor and commemorate the LGBT+ community's struggle for equal rights and to celebrate the progress that has been made towards acceptance and inclusion. One significant symbol of Pride Month is the pride flag, which serves as a vibrant and powerful representation of the community's unique spirit and resilience.

Recently, the Wisconsin governor, Tony Evers, marked the start of Pride Month by raising the Pride flag for the fifth year in a row. This gesture represents the state's commitment to fostering an inclusive and supportive environment for LGBT+ individuals and is a testament to the progress that has been made in recent years towards achieving equality.

The pride flag has become an essential symbol for the LGBT+ community since its inception in 1978. The flag's design, which features six different colors, represents various aspects of Queer Culture. The colors include red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple, with each color representing different aspects of the LGBTQ+ community. For example, red represents life, orange represents healing, yellow represents sunlight, green represents nature, blue represents serenity, and purple represents spirit. The flag's vibrant colors and bold design have made it a symbol