So much rainbow pride gear for LGBT Pride Month (that you can Amazon Prime today!)

If you're in the market for some new LGBT Pride Month gear, outfits, and accessories, 'tis the season. It's June and we're pulling out our rainbow wear! Before you say anything, consider sending your money to good places by grabbing merch from organizations like The Trevor Project, ACLU, or tossing an equal amount to your favorite cause.

But if you're in need of some rainbow Pride right NOW (and want to Amazon Prime it to your house), we've got some to check out…

This web series shows the challenges of adopting as a queer couple in our foster system

I recently watched season one of a web series called The F Word: A Foster-to-Adopt Story, which follows a queer couple, filmmaker Nicole Opper and her partner Kristan, on their foster-to-adopt journey. You'll see a whole lot of challenges faced by both adoptive parents and foster children and their families.

Opper has launched a crowdfunding campaign to make season two happen, and they're actually super close to funding the campaign…

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Coming out as polyamorous to family (how I did it and how it may help you!)

In the spring of 2015, I was planning my wedding. However, the elephant in the room was that I was in love with someone else. My non-fiancé partner was a huge part of my life, and I couldn't imagine them not being at our wedding.

The problem was, I hadn't told my family about the polyamorous aspect of my life or my long-established queerness. It was one of those things that I cowardly wanted to save until there was "something to report," lest I draw my parents into my straight-presenting relationship and the hypothetical non-monogamous sex and love I was open to having with imaginary future people of indiscriminate gender.

How do you decide which beliefs to pass on to your child?

While discussing all things family related with my fiancee, we were debating whether or not we should raise the kids vegan (I'm vegan, she's not) or according to my religious beliefs (she's agnostic and doesn't follow anything specifically). For us, as a queer couple, this opens some interesting dialogue because if we end up adopting and those kids are older, we don't necessarily feel right imposing beliefs on someone who is of an age where they can make their own decisions.