Admiral Rachel Levine, the Assistant Secretary for Health for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, has declared, as Pride month is coming to an end, that it should be a “Summer of Pride.”

“Happy Pride! Happy Pride Month, and actually — let’s declare it a summer of Pride. Happy Summer of Pride.”

And then from the site of Association of Mature American Citizens:

So what should we be doing next June? Several people suggested this year that we celebrate “Humility” month since that virtue is the sin of pride’s opposite number. The Princeton legal scholar and philosopher Robert George thinks humility too “negative” in the public mind and proposed celebrating a “Fidelity Month” focusing on fidelity to God, family, and country. I confess to agreeing with C-FAM president Austin Ruse that whether “humility” sounds too negative or not (and I don’t think it does), “Fidelity,” even with the specifications of God, family, and country, is a bit too generic.