Funko Pop! Pride 2021 Rainbow
- by PopCorn Princess
- May 3, 2021
Just in time for Pride Month 2021, fans around the world can showcase their LGBTQ+ pride with all-new Pride 2021 Rainbow Funko Pop! Vinyl Figures.
The Funko Pride Pop! collection is a celebration of inclusivity and acceptance. Funko fully supports the LGBTQ+ community and rejects intolerance and discrimination. At Funko, FUN is for EVERYONE! A donation has been made to the It Gets Better Project, an organization that uplifts, empowers, and connects LGBTQ+ youth around the globe, in coordination with this program.
The Funko Pop! Pride Rainbow 2021 wave is set to be released in June 2021 and is now available for pre-order at the links below.
- Mickey Mouse Pride 2021 Rainbow Pop! Vinyl Figure
- Wall-E Pride 2021 Rainbow Pop! Vinyl Figure
- Bob’s Burger Tina Belcher Pride 2021 Rainbow Pop! Vinyl Figure
- Star Wars Stormtrooper Pride 2021 Rainbow Pop! Vinyl Figure
- Deadpool Pride 2021 Rainbow Pop! Vinyl Figure
- Lilo & Stitch Pride 2021 Rainbow Pop! Vinyl Figure
- Ursula Pride 2021 Rainbow Diamond Collection Glitter Pop! Vinyl Figure – Hot Topic Exclusive
- Lilo & Stitch Pride 2021 Rainbow Diamond Collection Glitter Pop! Vinyl Figure – Box Lunch Exclusive
The month of June is celebrated around the world as LGBT pride month. It was on June 28, 1969, that the Stonewall Rebellion took place in the United States. Stonewall Inn is the name of a New York bar (the bar still exists), which in the 1960s was very popular among the LGBT community. In 1969, being gay was a crime in much of the United States, including New York City.
The police used to turn a blind eye, but on June 28, they decided to raid the bar and arrested several customers, especially cross-dressing and drag queens.
The people rebelled, threw objects at the police, and set fires. The police and firefighters arrived, and the rioters excused themselves. But for the next five days, they gathered in front of Stonewall to protest violence against the LGBT+ community.
What happened at the Stonewall Inn was impossible to ignore. Newspapers like the New York Times and the New York Post covered the events. What started as a revolt against police oppression in the bar turned into a fight for LGBT rights more broadly. No one was going to hide anymore. In 1970, the year after the Stonewall Riots, the first LGBT parades took place in the US, celebrating the event’s anniversary.
Funko Pop! Pride 2021 Rainbow Funko Pop! Vinyl Figures – Disney: Mickey Mouse, Wall-E, Bob’s Burger: Tina Belcher, Star Wars: Stormtrooper, Marvel: Deadpool, Lilo & Stitch: Stitch Funko Pop! Vinyl Figures
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