- Stock Photo - Rome, Italy june 10th 2017. Colorful people on the street during gay pride parade
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Stock Photo - Rome, Italy june 10th 2017. Colorful people on the street during gay pride parade
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Pride parades also known as pride marches , pride events , and pride festivals are outdoor events celebrating lesbian , gay , bisexual , transgender , and queer LGBTQ social and self acceptance, achievements, legal rights , and pride. The events also at times serve as demonstrations for legal rights such as same-sex marriage. At the beginning of the gay rights protest movement, news on Cuban prison work camps for homosexuals inspired the Mattachine Society to organize protests at the United Nations and the White House , in On Saturday, June 27, , Chicago Gay Liberation organized a march  from Washington Square Park "Bughouse Square" to the Water Tower at the intersection of Michigan and Chicago avenues, which was the route originally planned, and then many of the participants spontaneously marched on to the Civic Center now Richard J. Daley Plaza. Subsequent Chicago parades have been held on the last Sunday of June, coinciding with the date of many similar parades elsewhere.
Forty-eight years ago this Wednesday, queer people fought New York police in a violent three day riot, emerging victorious and celebrating it with a daring march through the city's streets, where the first pride was born. Today, there are two kinds of Pride. They were able to be joyful celebrations, full of debauchery, drag and digs at the Donald. Vitally, they were organised with help of authorities and in an atmosphere of peace although certainly not quiet. Then there are those held in defiance of the authorities.
Press Statement Rex W. In recognition of LGBTI Month, the Department of State affirms its solidarity with the human rights defenders and civil society organizations working around the world to uphold the fundamental freedoms of LGBTI persons to live with dignity and freedom. Violence and discrimination targeting any vulnerable group undermines our collective security as well as American values. When all persons are protected on the basis of equality and with dignity, global stability is strengthened. We will continue to support the human rights of LGBTI persons together with like-minded governments, businesses, and civil society organizations globally. The United States remains committed to human rights and fundamental freedoms for all persons.
In the latest Rainbow Europe report, Italy scored just 27 percent in its protections for and rights granted to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people LGBT. That made Italy one of the worst countries in Western Europe in terms of gay rights. One of the key reasons for the improved score was the passing of a bill allowing gay unions in May , said ILGA-Europe, which wrote the report. But the removal of a stepchild adoption clause, and fierce opposition to the bill even in its watered-down state, meant that many rights campaigners were far from satisfied, and the report criticized "divisive, derogatory language about same- sex couples and their children from parliamentarians who opposed the bill". One senator, for example, tweeted that LGBT people were in "severe hysterics" over the bill's possible defeat. And an Italian priest said later in the year that the deadly earthquakes in central Italy were "divine punishment" for passing the bill. Even more worrying, LGBT people in Italy are at risk of homophobic violence, the report said, citing a far-right attack on a Rome Gay Centre, and five murders of trans people in Italy in
25 Inspiring Images From the NYC Pride March
I and my associates, in the US and Italy, look forward to a long and productive collaboration. The city is home to a vibrant gay-friendly nightlife and clubs such as the Queever, one of the most original clubs in Europe. Turismo Torino e Provincia. On the cutting edge of architecture, fashion and design, the City of the Madonnina is one of the cities with the widest variety of LGBT friendly clubs in Italy, widespread throughout the city but mostly grouped near the Porta Venezia District. Source: Where Milan. Take a stroll to Piazza Bra to admire the Roman Amphitheatre and on to the monumental San Zeno Altarpiece by Andrea Mantegna continuing to Porta Nuova, in the historic center with the elegant Lucla Cafe, a gay-friendly hang out and the perfect place for an aperitif. For a typical Venetian dinner you should enjoy a plate of hand-made pasta or risotto with Lessinia truffles.
NYC Pride Will Make TV History With 2017 Broadcast
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