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from instagram.com/pride/WorldPride in New York City will see crowds that could swell into the millions during the parade and closing ceremonies on June 30. But celebrations have been flourishing throughout the “pride month” of June with festivals big and small, and celebrants arrived wearing lots of rainbow colors and pride pink. Dressing up in bright outfits is one of the most fun parts of celebrating the anniversary of Stonewall each year, and there have been some people who took...

Harris, who is raising two children with husband David Burtka, told reporters on Thursday he has never participated in a Pride parade."This is my very first Pride parade. I thought I'd start small," Harris joked. The annual celebration, now in its 21st year, attracted 250,000 people last year."We are looking forward to being part of this beautiful expression of love and unity and equality alongside LGBTQ people and allies over the world. It's going to be a really fun day," Harris said.Harris...
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"The world is developing quickly," says Eitan Ginzburg. A gay man has been elected mayor in a suburb of Tel Aviv, the first time an LGBT person has been elected mayor in the country. Eitan Ginzburg took office in the town of Ra’anana on Sunday, after six years as deputy mayor and 15 total on the city council. The 41-year-old Ginzburg was elected by the council in a special election after his predecessor, Ze’ev Bielski, left to manage the National Housing...
gay pride

The world’s first bisexual Pride has taken place in Tel Aviv amid the city’s Pride Week. The city’s Pride Week is taking place this week, and the annual Pride March which attracts hundreds of thousands was given the theme ‘bisexuality’. Some 200,000 people turned out for the parade yesterday. The parade was halted for several minutes as a group of LGBT+ activists against the occupation blocked its passage. They held signs saying “There’s no Pride in occupation”. The reason for the Pride being given...
gay pride

Tel Aviv is the only place where the Pride Parade is fully sponsored by the Government. The mayor of Tel-Aviv Yafo opened the parade with a speech: “We have been marching for some years now, and we will keep on marching in pursue of equality. https://www.instagram.com/p/BGQ0kbxIPqr/ “We will keep marching these streets of Tel Aviv with the hope that the pluralism, tolerance and liberalism of this city, will spread to the country, the Middle East and the world.” https://www.instagram.com/p/BGJ7ciZu7El/ The main theme of the...
gay cities of 2016

As a gay person, the community and culture of a city are very important. There are different places on this Earth, beautiful cities, countries, isles, etc., but where could we feel like home? Where could we walk with our lover and feel normal, without anyone looking at us strangely. Fortunately enough there are cities in the world that we love because they are gay friendly. Let's see which ones are the best and why. Tel-Aviv, Israel The Middle East is a rough place and we know...

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