Hold hands in broad daylight.
Hold hands after a night out.
Hold hands while "walking, just laughing and talking to each other."
Hold hands at a gay pride parade.
Hold hands after seeing a movie.
Hold hands on the way home from a friend's party.
Hold hands at a soccer game.
Hold hands at a resort on vacation.
Hold hands in their own neighborhood.
Hold hands in Jamaica.
Hold hands surrounded by 50 people in the middle of New York City.
Hold hands just even once.
A 2018 survey found 2/3 of gay people are scared to hold their partners hand in public.
But this post isn't supposed to discourage gay people from holding hands.
For every piece of shit homophobe, there are like a hundred actual good people.
...to basically everywhere.
Something that was once unthinkable is now...well, thinkable.
Day-to-day visibility is important...
...because you never know your #impact.
And remember, the real secret is that gay people always win.