Because of the tragic Orlando shooting on June 12, Pride Month feels even more crucial to the LGBTQ+ community than ever before. In a social climate that often makes people afraid and ashamed of who they are, people come together to show the world they will not hide their authentic selves in the least subtle way ever, with pride parades. Celebrities also celebrated the LGBTQ+ community and, of course, documented it on social media. Get over it, homophobes.
Rainbow lover Miley Cyrus did a little fundraising for a good cause. She also smoked weed, seemingly.
Sara Bareilles let this chalkboard sign with a Lin-Manuel Miranda quote on it share her sentiments.
Trans teen and reality show star Jazz Jennings served as the Grand Marshall for the NYC Pride Parade, the youngest in the parade's history.
Jesse Tyler Ferguson was not afraid to show his pride from his head to his toes.
Nick Jonas shared a drawing he didn't draw.
According to Star Wars star Daisy Ridley, where words fail, emojis speak.
JLo celebrated at the NYC Pride parade.
Madonna combined hot shirtless guys with a rainbow flag for her pride message.
Amy Schumer shared a picture of her cousin, Senator Chuck Schumer, because the family that prides together, stays together.
Although Lena Dunham's picture of choice was black and white, the caption is all rainbow, baby.
Orange is the New Black costars Samira Wiley and Natasha Lyonne celebrated with ironic visors and tee-shirts.
Presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and her pantsuit also marched in the NYC Pride Parade this year.
There are technically only three days left for pride month, but that definitely won't stop anyone from showing their pride all year round.