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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!

Throwback: Watch Whitney Houston Surprise the Crowd at NYC Pride 1999

If there's one thing that will grab the gays' attention, it's a surprise performance from The Voice herself! 

The Meaning Behind Wells Fargo's LGBTQ+ Debit Card Designs

These prideful pieces of plastic turn daily transactions into quiet, yet bold, statements of identity.

Kat Graham Fights for LGBTQ+ Rights With New Album

As she drops new music and promotes her new film Collide, Kat Graham is using her platform to raise awareness for the LGBTQ+ community.

Andy Cohen on Alcohol and Activism

The Watch What Happens Live host talks about the relationships that sparked his New Year's Eve drinking and the responsibility he feels to use his platform for good.

Homophobic Nun Freaks Out, Stops Models From Kissing During Photoshoot

Two girls kissing in the street? This nun could not believe it!

Proud Mother's Teenage Son Attends Prom Wearing a Full Gown

Best-dressed of the night, that’s for sure!