Desi Lydic Explains Pride Month’s Coming Out Story | The Daily Show

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Published on June 30, 2022

Pride is a celebration of queerness, acceptance, and club remixes you can actually dance to. Desi Lydic walks through the history of how Pride Month came to be what it is today. #DailyShow #Comedy

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23 comments

  • MLG GAMER 1 month ago

    I actually heard about stonewall a few days ago while watching an on this day in history video. Very interesting factoid that I never knew.

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  • MLG GAMER 1 month ago

    I just love how RuPaul shows up and she’s like okay time to bounce. Seems like you was trespassing there Desi

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  • Lisa Hutchinson 1 month ago

    What’s going on in your country now with Rosie vs Wade. no one should have the right to tell a woman what happens to her her body are we back in the Stone Ages

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  • Pet Schitt 1 month ago

    Such a wonderful piece! 😻Love you, Desi! Happy Pride Month to everyone!🎉🏳️‍🌈❤️

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  • 2 Minutes of the Internet 1 month ago

    Is it illegal to comment anti-pride comments?

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  • Javier Fernandez 1 month ago

    I had to replay that opener.. hahahha. Shooketh!

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  • E Camp 1 month ago

    Thank you for recognizing my friend Gilbert Baker. He was a key member of the scene around marijuana dealer and activist Dennis Peron. They helped Harvey Milk get elected in S.F. and with Cleve Jones created the AIDS quilt. R.I.P. Gilbert and Dennis.

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  • advils 1 month ago

    Insulting, for everything the (FBA) grassroots black people have accomplished or done is always followed by a bandwagon of those that will use our moments as their platform to their success. Without our story, there is no pride month! Really? This is supposed to be BLACK MUSIC month! As a matter of fact, without the (FBA’s) there is no nothing, no country, plain and simple! This includes ALL immigrants in this country! Meanwhile, the continuation of distributing reparations to everyone else except the (FBA) grassroots is ongoing. Ergo, kept the status quote agenda the same! Concurrently, the use of black people as comity in this country to keep the engine going. One day soon, the engine will irreparable. We are tired!! We are sick and tired of being tired!!

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  • Thither Shook 1 month ago

    Don’t mind the homophobic comments, I’m closeted to my family but still am aromantic bisexual (Although I like girls more!)

    No law, conservative, religious fraud or homophobe can make me change how I choose to dress, what choices I make in life and what makes me happy ❤️🏳️‍🌈🏳️‍🌈🏳️‍🌈🏳️‍🌈🏳️‍🌈🏳️‍🌈

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  • Thither Shook 1 month ago

    The fact I grew up being a die hard Lady Gaga and Madonna fan only to turn out as a non-binary aromantic bisexual, makes me feel accomplished in life 🥹

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  • Government are liers 1 month ago

    *Now with the recent economy, To get Financial FREEDOM you have to be making money while you’re asleep.*

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  • Ehab Hassan 1 month ago

    LGBTQ SEYUIOHGMKNBXXC Supreme Court is waiting. Oops

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  • EDEN SEARE 1 month ago

    ROBBED FROM NOAH.

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  • stéfan hoïmes 1 month ago

    I still get a little bit of hope every time I walk past where Barbara Gittings and her comrades held the Reminders. I’m marching in our 4th of July parade here in Philly on Monday with my Pride band and know I’ll be kinda emotional marching past that spot. When my band marched this parade a little bit over 10 years ago, we were the first LGBT group to ever officially march in it and I was sobbing when we marched past. The fact that it took over 200 years for that to happen in this country’s birthplace despite all our local LGBT protections is baffling. I just feel a great deal of gratitude to Barbara Gittings that I get to march while openly trans past the same place she and others stood up for equality over 60 years ago. We’re still fighting her fight for visibility and societal respect. It really hurts, but I know it’s the only way and I’m really happy to get to honor her legacy in a small way by marching openly.

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  • Miskatonic 1 month ago

    So funny how the US again thinks they were the first ones…

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  • Smol 1 month ago

    PSA: the user “Bob Bobberson” is a spam bot; don’t initiate conversation or reply. have a happy last day of pride y’all’s!

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  • Levi and his Bae 1 month ago

    SOMEBODY needs to tell the Proud Boys what PRIDE is really about please XD

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  • Granny Theft Auto 1 month ago

    Is lady ga ga some baby star I don’t know of, or maybe I’m just to old to know.

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  • Daniel Garica 1 month ago

    I’m glad my birthday is not in June 😅

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  • Michelle Ray 1 month ago

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    𝐇𝐄𝐑𝐄====)> 𝐰𝐰𝐰.𝐑𝐢𝐜𝐡𝐣𝐨𝐛𝐳.𝐜𝐨𝐦

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  • KarenMartinez 1 month ago

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  • Joyce Owens 1 month ago

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