The vice president appeared at a Pride event for the first time last year

Now, she's doubling down on her support of LGBTQ+ youth and drag queens amid GOP attacks on them

The Vice President of the United States showed her support for the LGBTQ+ community by attending Capitol Pride in Washington on Sunday.

Doug Emhoff and Symone, who won RuPaul's Drag Race season 13, joined Harris onstage at the celebration.

There is no need for anyone to fear going to a nightclub because they might be attacked by a terrorist

Harris spoke on Sunday, which also marked the sixth anniversary of the Pulse Nightclub shooting in Orlando, which left 49 dead and 58 injured.

No one should be scared to attend a Pride celebration because of a white supremacist

Just a day after police arrested 31 people in Idaho for conspiring to riot at a Coeur d'Alene Pride parade,

Pulse nightclub shooting still haunts survivors and families six years after the event

In addition, the source told PEOPLE that the trip to Italy is a family affair.

In addition, the source told PEOPLE that the trip to Italy is a family affair.

"No one should be afraid of loving who they love," she continued. "Our children in Texas and Florida shouldn't be afraid of who they are."