Cities around the world are proud to see the colors of the rainbow bursting with millions of LGBT celebrations
Celebrate the world with Pride!: Cities around the world are bursting with rainbow colors, millions enjoy LGBT parties
- 50 years ago, this year marks the Stonewall riots, a decisive moment in the gay movement movement
- Members and allies of the LGBT community took to the streets in cities around the world
- Many wore fancy dress, glitter and rainbow flags to show their support for the community
- Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders attended a Pride march in Nashua, New Hampshire
People around the world have taken to the streets today, decorated with rainbow colors and glitter to celebrate the annual Gay Pride Parade.
From Mexico City to Northern Macedonia, millions of members of the LGBT community and allies participated in the march.
This year is especially important because it was 50 years ago that the Stonewall riots started on 28 June 1969.
The demonstrations at the Stonewall Inn in New York City are considered to be one of the most defining moments in the gay rights movement.
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Millions of people around the world have taken part in Gay Pride marches this weekend, such as this loving couple in Barcelona
In Milan, a partygoer has a placard with the text: & # 39; I will not apologize for who I am & # 39; while accompanying millions of people around the world marching to show support for the LGBT community
Many of the Pride participants brought rainbow flags, but these two in Barcelona went a step further by painting themselves from head to toe
In Paris, the 5.5-kilometer march starts in Tour Montparnasse and passes Notre Dame on the way to the Bastille
The following year, gay emancipation movements in the US ran as a token of solidarity that has continued every year since then.
The marches usually take place around the last weekend of June and this year the celebrations have taken place in cities around the world.
In Paris, partygoers had to deal with high temperatures before a friendly fireman sprayed a hose over the crowd.
In the US, many made jibes with President Donald Trump while the presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders joined a march in Nashua, New Hampshire.
In Gijon, Spain, hundreds took part in today's march, with a leather man partying in a cell at the front
A few kisses on a Pride march in Barcelona on a day when millions around the world celebrated their sexuality
In Paris, a woman poses with a group of five men because of the burning heat in leather clothing when the European heat wave continued
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots triggering the Pride movement and the fight for gay emancipation
Many took the opportunity to wear fantastic costumes, such as this artistic participant who covered his body in glitter
In the United States, Democratic President Major Bernie Sanders took part in the Nashua Pride march, while many criticized Donald Trump
In Lisbon, thousands of people stood in the streets under a huge rainbow flag during the annual event that takes place on the last weekend of June
In Barcelona a participant in the march wore a catchy Versace dress on the day that celebrates individuality and diversity
Many revelers wore fancy dress, but this couple took it to the next level with their botanical theme appearance
A participant in Barcelona has a placard with the text & # 39; Missing Obama & # 39; as a reference to the White House of Donald Trump
A rainbow umbrella lies near placards for a Pride parade in Kathmandu, Nepal, translating terms for people within the LGBT community
In the Philippines, a reveler covered half of their face in March with make-up and a wig and rainbow-colored eye shadow for a stunning effect
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