Happy Glorious Month, to anyone who identifies with the LGBTQ+ community!
Throughout June, people contemplate this The community was bravely sacrificed to get where it is today – and think about the steps they can take to make the world a better place for LGBT+ people of tomorrow.
To celebrate and celebrate the occasion, Metro.co.uk From Stonewall to Drag Race – the ultimate quiz on queer history and pop culture.
Test your knowledge below.
20 LGBTQ+ Quiz Questions
- In what year did the Stonewall riots take place?
- Which was the first country to legalize same-sex marriage?
- What three colors is the bisexual pride flag made of?
- In which year was homosexuality decriminalized in Britain?
- What does the ‘P’ in the name of transgender activist Marsha P. Johnson mean?
6. Which American politician, who was openly gay, was fundamental in defeating Proposition 6, which would have made it illegal for members of the queer community to teach in schools?
7. Now a famous talk show host, which TV personality played the first starring character on a TV sitcom to come across as a lesbian?
8. Who was the first gay man to win an Oscar?
9. Billy Porter made history by becoming the first gay black man to win an Emmy. For which show did he win an Emmy?
10. Which city is generally considered the unofficial ‘gay capital’ of the UK?
11. Which country holds the record for the world’s largest pride parade?
12. What is the real name of Sir Elton John?
13. Which dance craze did gay icon Madonna mainstream, starting with the LGBT+ underground ball culture?
14. In 2016, which British Olympic team featured the first married, same-sex couple to win a gold medal?
15. Asexual pride flag is made of which color stripes?
16. What is the name of Russell T Davies’ Channel 4 drama which was based in London in the 1980s?
17. What color is the ribbon that shows solidarity with people living with HIV/AIDS?
18. Which popular American sitcom aired the first gay marriage on TV?
19. Who was the first winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race?
20. What does LGBTQ+ mean?
- pink, purple, and blue
- ‘Pay it no mind’
- Harvey Milk
- Ellen Degeneres
- Sir John Gilgad – bonus points if you know he won it for Hobson in Arthur (1981)
- to erect
- reginald dwight
- hockey team
- black, brown, white, and purple
- It is a sin
- babe zahra bene
- gay gay bisexual transgender gay plus
MORE: Pride 2022: What started the Stonewall riots and how did they affect LGBTQ+ rights?
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Metro.co.uk celebrates 50 years of glory
This year marks 50 years of Pride, so Metro.co.uk goes above and beyond our ongoing LGBTQ+ support, through a wealth of content that not only celebrates all things celebratory, but also shares stories. It takes time to reflect on this Pride Month and raise awareness for the community.
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