Kids sunglasses at TCP are available for girls and boys, and they’re on sale now for $1.99 a pair. The girls’ shades come in solid colors and prints, and some are adorned with rhinestones. They even have sunglass cases to match and compliment outfits.

The company is bringing back their KIND PRIDE bar this year and 100% of net sales will be donated to the Ali Forney Center (AFC), a long standing KIND partner and this year’s NYC Pride March Grand Marshal, to assist in its efforts to protect and empower homeless LGBTQIA+ youth across the country.IKEA STORSTOMMAIKEA is another company that turns one of their products into money for the queer community. This year’s rainbow tote bag is called STORSTOMMA and 100% of the profits will go directly to LGBTQIA+ charities.You will see a lot of companies making money off of the backs of LGBTQIA+ folks by peddling Pride gear; the rainbows and glitter are admittedly fabulous and tempting, but I would love to see organizations and individuals giving their money to actual queer folks who are struggling. You might not think these suggestions are sexy and you won’t get to show off a new item of clothing, but putting your money into organizations actively making the lives of queer people better is something you can feel good about.Before adding something to your shopping cart, make sure you are making a difference.

This past summer, television icon Erik Estrada the star of the long running landmark series CHiPs (1977 1983) had a chance to demonstrate his diverse talents when he lent his voice to Disney’s 3D computer animated, high flying comedy adventure Planes: Fire Rescue. In the heart pumping, laugh filled follow up to last year’s smash hit Planes, world famous racer Dusty Crophopper joins an elite fire and rescue unit in a comedy adventure. Together, the fearless team battles a wildfire at Piston Peak National Park, and Dusty learns what it takes to become a true hero..

The primary types of anxiety disorders include:Causes DiagnosisAnxiety can be caused by numerous factors, ranging from external stimuli, emotional abandonment, shame, to experiencing an extreme reaction when first exposed to something potentially anxiety provoking. Research has not yet explained why some people will experience a panic attack or develop a phobia, while others growing up in the same family and shared experiences do not. It is likely that anxiety disorders, like all mental illness, is caused by a complex combination of factors not yet fully understood.