Photos of 19 Celebrities Celebrating Pride Month

by Stephanie Gustafson
Jun 18, 2017 at 1:00 p.m. ET

July is Pride Month across the U.S., and these celebrities are showing their love and support of equality. 

1 /19: America Ferrera

1/19 :America Ferrera

America Ferrera made a noteworthy appearance at the LA Pride Resist March in West Hollywood. She explained, "Your liberation is bound up in my liberation... We refuse to be divided by the things that separate us."

2 /19: Busy Philipps

2/19 :Busy Philipps

Busy Philipps has long been the subject of LGBTQ rumors due to her close friendship with Michelle Williams. In reality, she's happily married to Marc Silverstein, but she's not one to shy away from her role as an ally. She told her LGBTQ friends and family members, "We love you and support you now and always!"

3 /19: Demi Lovato

3/19 :Demi Lovato

In 2014, Demi Lovato made headlines as the Grand Marshal for the LA Gay Pride Parade. Her efforts this year were a bit more low-key, but she made her mark nonetheless. 

4 /19: Iggy Azalea

4/19 :Iggy Azalea

Iggy Azalea has suffered accusations of homophobia in the past, but she's not about to let such critiques stop her from sharing her message of love and acceptance. 

5 /19: Halle Berry

5/19 :Halle Berry

Wonder Woman Gal Gadot would love to have Halle Berry as an on-screen girlfriend. For now, however, Berry is happy to simply demonstrate her support for the LGBTQ community with body paint and the Instagram caption, "We stand with you."

6 /19: Jaime King

6/19 :Jaime King

Jaime King feels that this year, pride is all about resistance. Her compelling Instagram post in honor of pride sparked discussion among her followers. 

7 /19: Lady Gaga

7/19 :Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga strongly supports the LGBTQ community, so it's only natural that she's making her presence known during Pride Month. In an episode of web series Untucked, she admitted, "It’s the gay men in my life that helped me to become a woman."

8 /19: Lisa Vanderpump

8/19 :Lisa Vanderpump

The Real Housewives are far more open-minded and supportive of diverse communities than their detractors suspect. Case in point: Lisa Vanderpump's ardent support for all things LGBTQ, as evidenced on her Instagram page. In May, she was the proud Grand Marshal for the Long Beach Pride parade. 

9 /19: Adam Lambert

9/19 :Adam Lambert

Adam Lambert's activism has been on display throughout the entire month of June. He appeared at the Resist March in Los Angeles and penned a love letter to the LGBTQ community for Billboard

10 /19: Kelly Ripa

10/19 :Kelly Ripa

Kelly Ripa celebrated Pride Month in style in New Orleans, where she played the very important role of celebrity Grand Marshal

11 /19: Mariah Carey

11/19 :Mariah Carey

In honor of Pride Month, Mariah Carey is offering limited-edition merchandise, including tees, tanks and iPhone cases.

12 /19: Sophia Bush

12/19 :Sophia Bush

Sophia Bush embraced the unicorn trend just in time for Pride Month, trading in her auburn locks for a more colorful look.

13 /19: Tatiana Maslany

13/19 :Tatiana Maslany

Tatiana Maslany is not one to make her position on LGBTQ rights a secret. She's incredibly vocal on Twitter, where she recently vowed to avoid Body Blitz until it changes its policies and becomes a more inclusive place.

14 /19: Tommy Lee

14/19 :Tommy Lee

Tommy Lee has been celebrating Pride Month so hard, he literally dropped. 

15 /19: Miley Cyrus

15/19 :Miley Cyrus

Miley Cyrus has made a few major changes as of late, but she remains as passionate an LGBTQ ally as ever. She headlined Capital Pride, right in front of the United States Capitol. Later, she was spotted in a pride-themed outfit in New York City.

16 /19: Matt Bomer

16/19 :Matt Bomer

One year after the Orlando shooting, Matt Bomer implored his Twitter followers to stop the hate. On Instagram, he advised fans to "Be safe. Be proud."

17 /19: Rachel Platten

17/19 :Rachel Platten

Rachel Platten channeled her love for LGBTQ fans while performing "Better Place" at Long Island's Pride festivities. The special occasion was perfect for her "Whole Heart" debut 

18 /19: Erika Girardi

18/19 :Erika Girardi

Erika Girardi (aka Erika Jayne) adores her LGBTQ fans. She put on a special performance for them in Los Angeles. She has several gay friends and claims to "feel at home with the [LGBTQ] community."

19 /19: Lisa Rinna & other celebs

19/19 :Lisa Rinna & other celebs

Lisa Rinna jumped on the covfefe bandwagon, using an amusing acronym to make a political statement on Instagram. 

Several other celebs have recently shared their thoughts on LGBTQ issues, including:

  • Brie Larson alerted fans to a horrific attack against two trans women.
  • In a Pride Month video, Charlie Sheen highlighted the beauty of civic engagement.
  • Selena Gomez penned a letter to the LGBTQ community.