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A Trump Win Could Transform World Pride 2025

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World Pride will fill Washington, D.C.’s streets with affirming, magical mirth. This year, the Capital Pride Alliance gave us a great trial run.

While a jubilee in its own right, this year’s festivities illustrated that World Pride 2025 should be safe, secure, and glorious.It may, however, also be a righteously angry occasion, as 2025 Washington could be the epicenter of a new, awful age.

Barring any seismic shenanigans, either President Joe Biden will hold the White House, or Donald Trump and his bully boys and goon girls will move in.

If Hillary Clinton’s loss to The Don taught us anything, it is that we live in absurdly uncertain times. (And that the Electoral College should be abolished.)With a little luck and an engaged electorate, LGBTQ-allied Biden will hold the line and World Pride 2025 will be a boundlessly happy occasion.

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