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These Pictures Of Annual Gay Pride Parade Across The World Is Delivering The Message Of Love And Acceptance.

Annual Gay Pride Parade hosted in countries across the world have one message to convey to the whole world, that of love and togetherness. Here are twenty colourful pictures showing the participants in different nations celebrating and spreading pride.

Pride this year is showing that people of LGBTQ community are not going to sit down for anything less than full rights, full equality.’

#GoodNews: MP is celebrating its first Gay Pride Parade today!

LGBTQ community of Bhopal has come together to celebrate its first ever Gay Pride Parade today in the state of Madhya Pradesh. Pride parade or sometimes known as pride marches or pride festivals is a march involving members of LGBTQ community and their allies who come together to celebrate gender equality, love, and different sexualities and to fight against heterosexual stereotype.

Times of India reported that the carnival, where the community is also discussing several important issues related to LGBTQ rights has begun on May 13th.

LGBTQ activist Harish Ayer told TOI that the idea only came to fruition because some courageous ones were able to reach out to local LGBTQ community; he further adds that many people in Bhopal had sent him messages, seeking supports from him.

“If a gay pride parade could happen in Lucknow, there was no reason why one couldn’t be organised in Bhopal,” Iyer said.

The parade will start from Van Vihar in Bhopal at 5 pm today and end at Hotel Lake.

Event details here:

on May 13th.

First Muslim mayor of a major western city led a Pride march today: A class act!

The flags of European nations flew at the annual Pride in London parade, which ended with a rally in Trafalgar Square. London witnessed its first Muslim Mayor Sadiq Khan led the Parade. He told the crowd of thousands that Europeans in London are ‘our families and our neighbors’.

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Khan says “I recognize the huge contribution you make to our city, you are welcome here. I make you this promise as your mayor. That won’t change.” Voters in London overwhelmingly supported staying in the EU, but a majority outside the capital voted to leave.

Belgian Georges Peters, who was flying his country’s flag at the parade, said he was “very disappointed about the vote. I think this is bad for the economy and it’s important that we stand together.” Antaine O’Briain from Ireland said he was “shocked and horrified” at the result of the Thursday’s result.