Round purple and pink button with "We are Everywhere. Unfortunately so are they." in white and blue writing.
From the first LGBT pride march in Austin, Texas, in June 1995. A facet of the LGBTQ struggle for civil rights is establishing queer positivity and identity. To do so, designers have produced slogans that play on words or assert aspects of queer identity; over the years, buttons have become an effective way to communicate these ideas to both members of the community and mainstream American society. This button asserts the existence of LGBTQ people while noting that heterosexuals are also prevalent.