TikTok star Olly (@otakoyakisoba) shares lots of videos of his mom, affectionately known to fans as Mama Lulu.
In this video, Mama Lulu shows her ultimate allyship for the LGBTQ+ community when she comes home stocked with various rainbow-themed accessories and items for her son.
Lulu seems like a great ally, and an even better mom, and insists that she “support[s] the LGBTQ and all the other alphabets” as she tries to hand her son some rainbow pool floaties, a cup, and paper plates that say “#takepride.” If Olly wants to host a pool party, Mama Lulu has him covered!
“This is for you,” she says to Olly, who is openly gay, as she offers him all her purchases, while rocking an “Ally” t-shirt.
When Olly says, laughing, “There’s such a thing as a little too much,” Mama Lulu stands her ground, insisting that she didn’t even buy that many things.
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‘There’s no such thing as too much. She is awesome!’
The video has 6 million views and counting, and viewers are obsessed with Mama Lulu’s unapologetic love for the LGBTQ+ community.
One user wrote, “I love your mom! Please give her a hug for me!”
Another TikToker defended Mama Lulu’s dedication to Pride Month, writing, “There’s no such thing as too much. She is awesome!”
Mama Lulu isn’t the only proud parent. PFLAG is the country’s largest organization for parents and families of LGBTQ+ members. Allies can participate in chapter meetings, advocacy groups, and other ways to support their queer family members across the country.
PFLAG members also often participate in Pride Month, which honors the 1969 Stonewall Riots and celebrates people of all gender and sexual identities.
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