Supporting Equality Through Financial Empowerment

Our goal is to financially empower the LGBTQI community through employment, entrepreneurship, and commerce.  And we need your help.  First and foremost, know where you spend your hard earned Queer dollars.  Do the companies you buy from support equal rights for all? Or do they promotes discrimination by calling it Religious Freedom? Do they support diversity in the workplace? Do they promote gender equality? There is tremendous power in how we spend our money.

Buy LGBTQ and support your local community.  Yeah, I get that it maybe cheaper on Amazon, but if you want to continue to see queer bookstores and other mom and mom businesses – you have to support them. Queer businesses support Queer causes – it’s that simple. And they need you.

Get involved.  Support local legislators who support equality. Demand procurement opportunities for certified LGBTQI businesses. Organize, protest, boycott – whatever it takes – because we have no intention of going back into the closet.

Seasons of Pride supports diversity in the workplace through free QUEER jobs listings and free directories – gay and lesbian businesses, LGBTQ Freelancers and Rainbow Travel – for the Queer Community.



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