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CELEBRATE PRIDE WITH RYTHM!

Rythm is a brand that believes in finding – and celebrating – your unique rythm.

For the second consecutive year, Rythm is partnering with GLBT Historical Society, an organization dedicated to preserving the history, arts, and culture of the LGBTQIA+ community.

This Pride Month, in collaboration with GLBT Historical Society, Rythm is proud to honor those individuals who have been instrumental in finding – and celebrating – the unique rythm of the vibrant LGBTQIA+ community. It is also because of these remarkable humans – Dennis Peron, Gilbert Baker, and countless others – that the Compassionate Care Act of 1996 (aka, Prop 215) was passed and that legal medical cannabis is a choice in our right to wellness.

Please join Rythm on Instagram throughout June for bespoke activist spotlights, curated by the team at GLBT Historical Society, and other Pride stories, including a special tribute to Gilbert Baker.

For a limited time, our special edition Rythm 510 Pride batteries will also be available for purchase in select markets. The battery features a modernized version of the Pride flag created by Gilbert Baker. Each color of the wave represents subgroups within the LGBTQIA+ community that were and continue to be instrumental in the fight towards human equality and the right to wellness.

About the GLBT Historical Society

Founded in 1985, the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT) Historical Society is recognized internationally as a leader in the field of LGBTQIA+ public history by promoting an understanding of culture and arts in all their diversity. The GLBT Historical Society collects, preserves, and exhibits materials that are pertinent to LGBTQIA+ history.

To learn more about the efforts of the GLBT Historical Society, please watch the spotlight video below and visit the GLBT Historical Society Website.

Image Curation Made Possible by GLBT Historical Society

  • Gilbert Baker posing in a rainbow dress with a Rolling Stones tambourine during the 1987 Castro Street Fair; photo by Robert Pruzan, Robert Pruzan Collection (1998-36), courtesy of the GLBT Historical Society.
  • Black-and-white glamour shot of Gilbert Baker (1985); photo by Robert Pruzan, Robert Pruzan Collection (1998-36), courtesy of the GLBT Historical Society.
  • Rainbow-flag creator Gilbert Baker stands with an example of the flag, ca. 1979; photo by Robert Pruzan, Robert Pruzan Collection (1998-36), courtesy of the GLBT Historical Society.
  • Rainbow-flag creator Gilbert Baker stands with an example of the flag, ca. 1979; photo by Robert Pruzan, Robert Pruzan Collection (1998-36), courtesy of the GLBT Historical Society.