CHICAGO (WLS) -- A house in Chicago's Andersonville is showing a lot of support for Pride Month.
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The owners painted the walkway leading up the house on the city's North Side, and used streamers and a big paintbrush to complete the look.
The stairs read, "Don't be afraid to show your true colors."
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The house has been getting a lot of attention on social media and even has flocks of people stopping to snap some photos.
Andersonville house decorated for Pride Month on North Side