Harbingers’ celebrates Pride Month

This year we are proud to introduce Harbingers’ inaugural Pride Month programming! Our mission as a magazine is to amplify teen voices, and a large portion of this is by advocating for the uplifting of perspectives that can sometimes be ignored by larger society.

As a part of this effort, the Harbingers’ Magazine staff will be dedicating themselves to writing pieces centred around the LGBTQIA+ community during the month of June.

While Harbingers’ is dedicated to creating space for all communities throughout the entire year, we feel that it is especially important to highlight the LGBTQIA+ community during Pride Month, and we are excited to share our new content!





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Join The Harbinger Prize 2024!

Additionally, we extend a warm invitation to members of the LGBTQIA+ community to participate in The Harbinger Prize 2024. This is an incredible opportunity for young creators between 15 to 17 years-olds to share their stories and be a part of a movement that drives impactful change.

You can submit a variety of story types, including but not limited to:

  • Explaining their journey to understanding and embracing their own gender identity and sexual orientation.
  • Experiences of coming out to friends, family, or school communities. The challenges, triumphs, and personal growth encountered along the way.
  • Challenges and success stories about navigating the school environment as an LGBTQIA+ individual.
  • Personal opinions and impact of LGBTQIA+ representation in mainstream media, books, and film.
  • Articles addressing current events, social policies, and activism impacting the LGBTQIA+ community.
  • Narratives about involvement in LGBTQIA+ advocacy, grassroots movements, and campaigns for equality.
  • Profiles or interviews with inspiring local or international LGBTQIA+ advocates and role models.


Register for free to the Harbingers’ Magazine website and subscribe to the Harbingers’ Weekly Brief newsletter where you will receive all the information about categories, requirements, deadlines and jury.