Los Angeles gay pride takes place each year during the first week of June and ends with a huge parade long Santa Monica boulevard on the final Saturday of the festival. The week long LA pride festival includes concerts, cultural events and sporting tournaments at both the Park Stage and Boulevard Stage. This is one of the highlight events of LA Pride Week and definitely should not be missed. Be sure to arrive early to get a great spot along the parade route!
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Find out about Pride events near you, throughout and show your pride at an event or two, or three, you get the idea. For full details about each pride event click on the pride name and date to be taken to that prides website. Whether you travel locally to a parade or event, or further afield, have fun and stay safe! With tons more acts including local and national drag queens from across Essex and the UK. There is even an Essex Pride Dog show. Hanley Park will be home to the Stoke On Trent Pride, with their own dog show, fun fair, food stalls and more.
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The series will premiere with its first three episodes airing back-to-back on May The second half of the series will air the following week on May Directed by Tom Kalin. Even before Stonewall, Pride took root in the s when lesser-known heroes from marginalized communities, including queer girls of color and trans women, played an integral role in the advancement of the movement. Directed by Andrew Ahn.
The number of attacks on lesbian, gay and bisexual people in the UK has soared by nearly 80 per cent in the past four years, new data shows. More than one in five LGBT people have experienced a hate crime or incident due to their sexual orientation or gender identity in the last 12 months, compared with 16 per cent in The findings, released by charity Stonewall and based on YouGov polling of more than 5, LGBT people in Britain, reveal verbal and physical attacks are taking place against the LGBT community in all spheres of public life — from bars and restaurants to while trying to find a house or access vital services.