The annual corporate, governmental and media blitz to blanket the nation in myriad LGBTQ rainbows has reached new heights this year, both in Alaska and around the world.

Pride Month, which is observed by many left-leaning institutions across the entire month of June, celebrates the theory that sexual identity and expression are fluid. Parades, races, games, drag queen events for children and much more all serve to highlight homosexuals and transgenders as victims of systemic inequities, while casting those who object to the idea that sex is merely a social construct as purveyors of bigotry and oppression.

In addition to military bases and federal agencies located in Alaska, a whole host of local governments, businesses, non-profits and Native corporations have harnessed their collective influence to promote the LGBTQAI2+ agenda across all sectors of Alaska life.

The list includes the University of Alaska Anchorage, Providence Alaska Medical Center, Anchorage Police Department, Rasmuson Foundation, Sealaska, Kodiak College, public libraries in Kodiak, Juneau and Ketchikan, GCI, Boys & Girls Club of Fairbanks, Covenant House, ConocoPhillips, Kenai Fjords Tours, Kodiak Arts Council, Anchorage School District, Sitka Health Summit Coalition and many more.

These groups have either posted messages on their websites and social media platforms celebrating Pride Month, or have actively donated time and resources to facilitate events, parties, shows and picnics that encourage Alaskans to affirm and accept the LGBTQ agenda in Alaska.

Below is a sample list of some recent postings from various entities.

Anchorage Police Department

— Providence Alaska Medical Center

— Sealaska Native Corporation

— Rasmuson Foundation

— University of Alaska

— Alaska Airlines

— Anchorage School District

— ConocoPhillips Alaska


— Covenant House Alaska

— Boys & Girls Club of Fairbanks

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Alaska companies, governments & non-profits join push to mainstream LGBTQ ‘Pride’

Joel Davidson
Joel is Editor-in-Chief of the Alaska Watchman. Joel is an award winning journalist and has been reporting for over 20 years, He is a proud father of 8 children, and lives in Palmer, Alaska.