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NYCPride_March

Ready your rainbows and strap on those pumps, New York City Pride will be seen live in fabulous living color this year. WABC-TV, the Disney-owned and operated station in Manhattan serving the greater NYC metropolitan area, has agreed to broadcast the 48th annual Pride March on Sunday, June 25th. And for everyone beyond New York, New Jersey and Connecticut, the station promises a livestream on its website as well. Never before has any TV station in the entertainment and news media...
Japan-Pride

Japan’s gays, lesbians, bisexuals, transgender and queer people flooded into Tokyo Sunday for a rainbow-filled spectacular celebration of Pride. This year’s theme was “Change,” as JoeMyGod reported. “I believed that nothing would change,” read flyers for the event. “But, little by little, things are starting to change,” according to a quote from an unnamed individual. “Let’s achieve a future where everyone is respected as an individual, despite differences in sexuality.” https://www.youtube.com/watch?list=PLhwCGheqxHfG2vd8M0wVA_psBB8_ObQbN&v=MjIvxKltnAk This year’s marchers in the Shibuya district had the support of 190...
world-pride

Fasten your seat belts and prepare for takeoff. This June, hundreds of thousands of people from around the world will gather in Madrid, Spain to celebrate the spirit of the international LGBTQ community during the World Pride 2017 event. But this isn’t just any Pride event. World Pride breaks down more than just barriers of sex, gender and sexual orientation. It brings people together from varying cultural, religious, political, ethnic and racial groups, celebrating the myriad differences found within the LGBTQ...
tokyo_rainbow_pride

The parade was held in the world-famous Shibuya ward, which was the first to allow same-sex couples to get marriage certificates As Japan makes slow moves to improve the lives of its LGBTI citizens, the country still has a long way to go. Some prefectures permit same-sex couples marriage certificates and one temple has even allowed same-sex couples to be buried together. But trans people still have to jump through extreme hoops to have their gender updated on official documentation. And the...
london

The Pride in London Festival will run from 24 June to 9 July 2017! Every year Pride in London takes over the West End with parades, multiple stages for performances, and more all in the name of LGBTI visibility and celebration. There mission is to be fully inclusive, provide a celebration of LGBTI life, and to continue the fight for equality. Now is your chance to be a part of it. Check out our video as we show you the massive...
PRIDE-Stills

"PRIDE? asks what it means to be proud amidst discussions about racism, homonationalism and capitalism." A new documentary seeks to uncover the importance of Pride events in contemporary culture. The trailer for PRIDE? has just been released after a successful preview run of the film at BFI Flare Film Festival. The film is an exploration of what Pride means in a world of increased visibility and acceptance of LGBT+ issues, with scenes filmed at London Pride in 2016 and input from voices...
nypd-dance

Michael Hance "represented the true spirit of the police family," according to the NYPD's Gay Officer Action League. Michael Hance, the NYPD officer who went viral when video of him dancing at the 2015 New York City Pride Parade was uploaded online, passed away on Sunday after losing his battle with brain cancer. Hance’s obituary indicated the 17-year police veteran was a first responder at the World Trade Center attacks on September 11. The New York Daily News reports his illness...
Channel-Islands-Pride

If like us you’re already planning ahead for the summer months, you’ll be glad to hear that the UK Pride Organisers Network have announced 82 events for 2017. Yep, we’re going to be spending way too much money on glitter this year. To mark the announcement they have released a new film listing every single date you need for your diary, which has been supported by Gay Times. Alongside long established Prides, these include brand new Pride events in Bury, Flintshire, Fife, Eastbourne, Lancaster,...
UK Pride

The theme is LGBTI 50, celebrating 50 years since homosexuality was decriminalized in the United Kingdom For the first time ever, there will be a UK Pride in 2017. Hoping to bring together the 90+ prides across the UK, the inaugural UK Pride will commence 50 years after the decriminalization of homosexuality in 1967. UK Pride will merge with Pride in Hull and will be held on 22 July 2017. Gay Star News spoke to Andy Train and Steve Taylor, co-chairs of the...
Rio_Pride

More than 500,000 people celebrated Pride at the Copacabana. More than half a million people took part in Rio Pride yesterday (11 December). https://www.instagram.com/p/BN6_i5XjLhe/ At the height of Brazil’s summer, 600,000 people came together at the Copacabana to celebrate the 21st Rio Pride Parade under the motto of ‘I am my Gender Identity’. https://www.instagram.com/p/BN5MnB6gxge/ For 2016, the political aspect of Rio Pride focused on the push for a bill increasing LGBTI equality in the country’s healthcare system. https://www.instagram.com/p/BN47ypPBrmO/ If it passes, both the public health system...
Justin Trudeau

Watch out California Lt. Governor Gavin Newsom – you have a rival for hottest LGBT ally in elected office in North America. Justin Trudeau will become the first sitting Canadian prime minister to march in the Toronto Pride parade, organizers said Monday. https://twitter.com/PrideToronto/status/701875258479882240?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw Trudeau, 44, is a passionate advocate for LGBTI rights who had already marched in the pride parade before his ascended to office last October. ‘Very much look forward to being there again, this time as PM,’ Trudeau tweeted earlier today. https://twitter.com/JustinTrudeau/status/701879047652032514?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw The...
Indian LGBT

This Sunday in New Delhi was colorful as hundreds made up the Pride Rally that marched through the town. This should have been impossible. Homosexuality in India has long been a taboo subject. The British Raj (King), led by his Christian beliefs, instituted Section 377 and made sex between same sex persons punishable by law. In 2009, the Delhi High Court tried to change this, stating that it is unconstitutional to punish sex between two consenting adults but this...

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