In 2021, Pride Palace will continue to educate, spread love, and create understanding for the LGBTQ+ community.  What started as a meme page on Instagram with less than 10,000 followers has expanded to social media platforms, including Tiktok, Youtube, an online blog, and Twitter. On these platforms, Pride Palace remains committed to its mission of providing value, entertainment, and relevant education for the community. Moreover, our social pages have served as a place where tens of thousands of allies and members of the LGBTQ+ community can feel safe, loved, and not alone. Now, Pride Palace is taking it to the next level by creating a private space on Facebook, where members and allies of the community can network and share their stories. 

Pride Palace’s Facebook page provides a brave space for the LGBTQ+ community and allies. As we all know, social media is filled with hate and discrimination. Even on our public pages, we often receive negative and hateful comments from ignorant people. Therefore, the brave space will be a place of continued conversation, and no hate will be tolerated. The positivity will allow Pride Palace to do what it does best: Spread information, awareness, and love. Our team’s posts include educational graphics, the stories of people in our community, news of significant events in the LGBTQ+ world, and fantastic deals for our pride gear. On top of that, community members are encouraged to share their stories and connect with others in the community. 

 From serving as a place of support for some or a place of freedom for others, the group helps each member differently. Whether you are out of the closet or want to confide in people whom you can identify with, the Pride Palace community is one where all people are accepted. In 2021, no one should ever feel alone. By joining the Pride Palace Community on Facebook, you will always have a plethora of support. Tap here to join today ❤️

David Brothers and Paloma Pinto


I really love love and I looked at every single flag and I want to know what the definition of every single one means. I love the human flag. I hate labels and I love to push gender boundaries and which genders weren’t even a thing that is asked to specify in our day to day lives.

— Liz


— Alex/Alexa

I was out for over 30 years, now because of the town I live in I am again closeted. Having Pride Palace gives me an outlet so I don’t feel so alone. Thank you 💜❤️🧡💛💚💙🌈

— Lisa

NEVER compromise your happiness for anyone!

— Lyzz

Love is Love!

— Beth Rehbein