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Millions attend annual São Paulo Pride parade

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Millions of people participated in São Paulo’s annual Pride parade that took place in the Brazilian city on Sunday. Congresswoman Erika Hilton, a former São Paulo Municipal Councilwoman who is one of two openly transgender women elected to the Brazilian Congress last October, in a tweet said four million people participated in the parade that took place on the city’s Paulista Avenue. “The world’s best LGBTQIA+ Pride Parade takes to Paulista Avenue, celebrating and demanding our rights,” said Hilton. “Everything was beautiful,” São Paulo LGBT+ Parade Vice President Renato Viterbo told the Washington Blade on Monday.

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