Ryan O'Connell, Alexandra Grey, Jake Borelli
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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!

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Videos of the party have gone viral online drawing widespread criticism. 

October 12 2020 11:02 AM

The Gulliver Mall and tower are projecting the colors and a message of allyship onto the building in honor of Kyiv Pride and International Coming Out Day.

October 09 2020 2:00 PM

Take me there, I want to go there.

October 02 2020 1:12 PM

The move comes after last week’s headline making exchange between a queer council member and a homophobic constituent.

September 24 2020 10:55 AM

“If you’re not aware, and I think a lot of people in this room are not aware ... I am proudly the first openly elected lesbian in North Dakota, so that is why I'm not paying any heed to your crap.”

September 14 2020 10:34 AM

Have it your way indeed.

September 11 2020 1:21 PM