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Pride Tape was quickly adopted by NHL teams as a way to support and celebrate LGBTQ+ fans and athletes. But the NHL has banned the tape. Here, a player used the tape on their stick for a pre-game warm up to celebrate a "Hockey is for Everyone" night in March 2021. Rich Lam/Getty Images hide caption

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D'Arcy Drollinger, the country's first drag laureate, poses with the Pride flag outside San Francisco City Hall on June 2, 2023. Chloe Veltman/NPR hide caption

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Nation's first 'drag laureate' kicks off Pride in San Francisco

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Life Kit visuals editor Becky Harlan engages her 2-year-old son, August Grabowsky, in "special time." It's a kind of child-directed playtime that children's health professionals say can be helpful in treating disruptive conduct in kids. Meredith Rizzo/NPR hide caption

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The 5-minute daily playtime ritual that can get your kids to listen better

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A gay rights march in New York in favor of the 1968 Civil Rights Act being amended to include gay rights. Peter Keegan/Getty Images hide caption

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4 Books To Broaden Your Pride Month Reading List

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On June 14, an estimated 15,000 people gathered in Brooklyn to rally for Black trans lives in the Brooklyn Liberation march. Imara Jones/Courtesy Imara Jones hide caption

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What Happened For Black Transgender People When Police Protests And Pride Converged

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Lil Miss Hot Mess reads to children during a Drag Queen Story Hour in Brooklyn, N.Y. The event is held in libraries across the country, including, in the past, at the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh. Mary Altaffer/AP hide caption

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