HBO's Human By Orientation Website

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HBO announced that their Human By Orientation site will be hosting daily virtual events amplifying and honoring LGBTQIA+ voices from June 18-28.


All of the events on the site are completely free and include a myriad of different content for all tastes. When entering the Human By Orientation website, an opening message reads:

"We hope our Pride site provides a safe space for the LGBTQIA+ community and allies to gather, recharge and celebrate our queerest, proudest selves."

The 11-day celebration kicks off on June 18 with a virtual dance party hosted by warehouse party organizers Por Detroit and Ostbahnhof. The next day, Juneteeth, will feature a performance by icon Todrick Hall.

Other events include a drag brunch hosted by the cast of HBO's We're Here, a dance cardio class led by Ryan Heffington, a queer comedy night, drag story time and performances by Kim Petras and Janelle Monae.

The HBO PR team took to Twitter to promote the exciting events.

Fans can sign up for a free account on the Humans By Orientation website and RSVP to the events they are most excited for! The site also features Spotify playlists tailored to each event and custom backdrops perfect for Zoom parties!

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