I remember as a child when I needed a moment to myself I would go in my room and color. I would create my own world within the pages of the coloring book. You already know my coloring book was the brightest in the world. LoL!
As an adult, I think it’s time I get back to the basics. In a busy world, increasingly dominated by time spent in front of screens, grown ups are turning to the soothing art of coloring in. But the books we’re talking about are not reminiscent of the freebie coloring sheets handed out at chain restaurants that we remember from our childhoods. These are intricately designed books, some created specifically to help you de-stress and focus the mind. There is a plethora to choose from: Buddhist Mantra, exotic animals, tattoos and now one for the GLBT community… PRIDE: A COLORING BOOK! There is a GO FUND ME to launch this GLBT Adult Colouring book with 8 different reward levels including one that will get YOU in the coloring book!
Colouring book creator Matthew McCue had this to say about his latest creation: 2015 was a year that will live on fondly in all of our memories for years to come, not least of all because it was the year that the right to marriage was finally afforded to all people regardless of sexual orientation. In celebration of this event and other proud moments in gay history, we ought to, every so often, take a few moments in 2016 in order to look back. Look back with awe at what we have all accomplished, and look back with respect at what those accomplishments took. We’ve come a long, long way, and we have a lot to feel good about right now, in this vein, our team has been hard at work putting together an adult coloring book with an uplifting theme: gay pride marches. In retrospect, these marches seem to be simple gestures. To the men and women who took part in these marches, however, they meant much, much more, and indeed, seeing where we are now, their effect is inestimable. Pride: A Coloring Book seeks to capture all of the ebullience and impact that came with each of these gay pride marches, as a reminder and as a calling to be proud ever still!