The first gay pride parade took place in 1970 in New York on the one-year anniversary of the Stonewall riots, to commemorate the struggle of the first dissenters and to protest social and legislative discrimination against LGBT people. Since then, the gay pride parade has spread to the four corners of the globe, becoming the most extravagant, ostentatious, multihued event in the queer calendar, characterized by glitz, glamour, feathers, and gravity-defying heels. But no matter how wild the parades have become, the underlying message remains unchanged: We’re here, we’re queer, get used to it!

In memory of the creator's passing last month.

April 13 2017 1:27 PM

"Flags are about power, about visibility," Baker told OUT.

April 03 2017 10:49 AM

There's no better place to be than Freedom Tower.

March 31 2017 4:46 PM

Organizers of the annual West Hollywood event are teaming up with the LGBT Resist March, which is happening nationally June 11.

March 13 2017 1:07 PM

Organizers are hoping to capture the same “momentum” as the Women’s March.

January 28 2017 11:48 AM

The marchers protested India's ban on gay sex as well as other instances of discrimination.

November 28 2016 9:21 AM

A mass shooting, a hurricane, and a worrying new administration called for the LGBTQ community to convene, commiserate, and plan ahead.

November 14 2016 5:06 PM