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During Pride, only one rainbow deserves to be seen. That’s why SKITTLES® has given up theirs to re-colour moments from Pride’s history.

In partnership with GAY TIMES, we are calling upon members of the community to submit their black and white historical photographs of Pride's past, so we can breathe new life into moments of queer history to acknowledge and celebrate those who have come before us in the fight for LGBTQ+ liberation.

Our team of specialist recolurists will re-colour selected images and they will be donated to Queer Britain. Celebrating those who have come before us is vital for new generations of LGBTQ+ youth to see the progress which has been made, but also the work yet to do. Education is key in the LGBTQ+ communities fight for equality.

Click next to submit your black and white photography and be a part of this celebratory campaign. 

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Queer Britain is the charity working to build the first National LGBTQ+ museum, to preserve and educate about queer history for generations to come.

Click here to find out more about the work Queer Britain does and to support their mission to build the first national LGBTQ+ museum in the UK.

This is the third year SKITTLES has been a key supporter of Switchboard, helping to raise awareness of the crucial service they provide to the LGBTQ+ community.

Since 1974, Switchboard has run an LGBTQ+ helpline that has supported millions of people in need of someone to talk to.

They continue to help LGBTQ+ people every single day – no matter what the question. Switchboard’s LGBTQ+ helpline can be reached on 0300 330 0630. Click here to find out more about the services Switchboard provides and to help support their mission.

On 23 June, SKITTLES will launch a bespoke Hub on GAY TIMES that will showcase content from this Pride-filled project. From historical context for the images re-colourised as part of this campaign, to intergenerational conversations with diverse members of the LGBTQ+ community, it will be a destination that will celebrate, inspire and educate through recognising the journey we have been on.

Check back in June to learn more about the queer pioneers who came before us.