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Happy Pride Month!!

The origin of Pride Month is such an important chapter in American history, and we're here to celebrate it! 

In recognition of Pride we have created these new and improved Rainbow cores. 

The cores are hand made in our studio with Red Garnet, Sunstone, Yellow Apatite, Peridot, Deep Blue Apatite, and Amethyst to create a vibrant crystalline rainbow.

 For each Rainbow Core that is sold we will be donating 20% of the proceeds to a non-profit organization that supports LGBTQ youth

This non-profit is an amazing organization dedicated to serving, lifting up and loving LGBTQ youth with crisis intervention and suicide prevention services.They have created a space of understanding, love and genuine care for youths that often feel totally isolated. 

Click on any photo of the Rainbow Cores to get to the product page.

A Brief Overview of Stonewall

 In 1969 a group of gay, lesbian, bisexual, queer, trans, and non-binary people just trying to live their lives, be themselves and enjoy good company that understood them were raided by the NYPD at Stonewall Inn.

Back then, the act of non-straight people gathering at all was considered disorderly conduct, engaging in "gay behavior" was illegal, and even most of the established NYC gay bars (other than Stonewall Inn) didn't welcome drag queens. It was a time in history where open hostility toward the LGBTQ community was both legal and the norm. 

 On June 28th, 1969 the NYPD raided Stonewall Inn for the second time in a period of 5 days. They roughed up patrons and arrested 13 people, both employees and people who violated the state's specific and biased gender-appropriate clothing statute. The brutality by the NYPD during and after the raid and the community being completely fed up with legal discrimination and harassment led to a full-blown riot. 

 Quickly, hundreds of people began throwing things at the police, driving them back into Stonewall Inn to take cover and barricade themselves in. Protesters tried to set fire to Stonewall after breaching the barricades.The initial protest was broken up by a riot squad and the flames doused by the fire department.

 Despite being disbanded, the protests and riots continued for 5 full days on and off and involved thousands of people. 

 The willingness of the NYC LGBTQ community to put their bodies and possibly lives on the line to fight for their rights was an enormous turning point for gay rights in America.

Pride Month is when we celebrate their courage, celebrate the progress we've made, celebrate that we can be ourselves without fear of legalized harassment and discrimination, and reflect on the fact that we can always do better as a nation, as a community, and as humans. 

So much love to you all.




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