June is an important month in the LGBTQIA+ community. As the parent of a transgender young adult, this month is important to me because while I have learned to embrace and empower my child, there are still innumerable teens and young adults going through a struggle with their identity, whether it be sexual, gender, or other.
Pride month observes the Stonewall riots, which occurred in June, 1969. Today, events are held throughout the month to celebrate the achievements that LGBTQIA+ individuals have made since then.
I have a small selection of rainbow themed items in my shop, and for the month of June they are discounted by 10% and I will also donate 10% of proceeds from ALL sales during June to the Trevor Project, which is a charity that provides resources and support for LGBTQIA+ youth in crisis, and works toward suicide prevention in this vulnerable group.
We will be at the Fenton, MO Community and Farmer’s market every other Saturday this summer:
May 29, June 12, June 26, July 10, July 24, August 7, August 21, September 4, and September 18.
Come see us to look at the handcrafted jewelry, in person, before you order online! We can’t bring every individual piece to the market (there’s just too much!) but we’ll have a solid inventory for you to browse.
Thank you for your support!
Hi everyone! I’m excited to say I’ll be a vendor at this year’s Pride event at Tower Grove Park in St. Louis, on Saturday, September 25th, 2021. As the parent of an LGBT+ teenager, this is an important event to me, and I’ll be there with lots of jewelry and sparkles. I’ll be offering mom hugs to those who need them (safety permitting, of course), and my LGBT+ teenager will also be there selling craft items.
Tower Grove Pride is a more family-friendly event than the one held in downtown St. Louis, and is located in the beautiful Tower Grove Park.