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LGBTQAlphabet  Equinox

Rainbows. Rainbows everywhere. Over the last few years, support for the Pride community has transitioned from bold statements of belief to expected signs of support.

 

As a committed member of the Pride community, Equinox wanted to do more than wave a flag of support, they had a responsibility to this community and wanted to do something that would not only help its members, but help push the Pride movement forward.

 

The LGBTQAlphabet redefined Pride not just as colors of the rainbow, but as a powerful community coming together because of their commitment to progress. The goal of the alphabet was to show that a handful of labels aren’t remotely sufficient to encompass the complex identities of the world’s 7 billion people.

 

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LGBTQAlphabet  Equinox

Rainbows. Rainbows everywhere. Over the last few years, support for the Pride community has transitioned from bold statements of belief to expected signs of support.

 

As a committed member of the Pride community, Equinox wanted to do more than wave a flag of support, they had a responsibility to this community and wanted to do something that would not only help its members, but help push the Pride movement forward.

 

The LGBTQAlphabet redefined Pride not just as colors of the rainbow, but as a powerful community coming together because of their commitment to progress. The goal of the alphabet was to show that a handful of labels aren’t remotely sufficient to encompass the complex identities of the world’s 7 billion people.

 

back to work

LGBTQAlphabet  Equinox

Rainbows. Rainbows everywhere. Over the last few years, support for the Pride community has transitioned from bold statements of belief to expected signs of support.

 

As a committed member of the Pride community, Equinox wanted to do more than wave a flag of support, they had a responsibility to this community and wanted to do something that would not only help its members, but help push the Pride movement forward.

 

The LGBTQAlphabet redefined Pride not just as colors of the rainbow, but as a powerful community coming together because of their commitment to progress. The goal of the alphabet was to show that a handful of labels aren’t remotely sufficient to encompass the complex identities of the world’s 7 billion people.