Pride Month is an important time in a year dedicated to celebrating the LGBTQ community, remembering their history, and acknowledging their struggles resulting from living in a largely cisgender and heterosexual society. Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the difficult situation of queer individuals has been exacerbated, putting them at an even greater risk of experiencing discrimination, stigma, hate crimes, homelessness, lack of employment, and mental health issues such as depression and anxiety. Pride brings visibility to the problems that the LGBTQ minority faces. It also embraces the beauty, uniqueness, and diversity of queer individuals. In line with Pride Month's mission, we want to raise awareness regarding the challenges of the LGBTQ minority, stress the importance of being a supportive ally and celebrate Pride more than ever before.