An activist waving the gay pride flag at the Christopher Street parade in Berlin, part of an annual European LGBT celebration and demonstration held in various cities across Europe for the rights of LGBT people, and against discrimination and exclusion. - Wikipedia
A crowd of attendees can be seen holding a giant rainbow flag aloft at the 2014 Pride Parade in Hong Kong in support of LGBT rights. Homosexuality has been legal in Hong Kong since 1991 but there is no legal recognition of any same-sex relationships and limited protection against discrimination. - Wikipedia
Thousands of revellers flood São Paulo for the 18th annual LGBT Pride Parade, “Parada Gay” - officially the world’s biggest, 2014.
The festivities included calls to criminalize discrimination of the LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender) community, as well as the approval of the Gender Identity Bill, guaranteeing simplified legal recognition of transgendered people. - Ben Tavener
“More Nice Less Ice” at the San Francisco Pride Parade
Creator: Kai Medina
Location: San Francisco
Participants in San Francisco's 2018 Pride Parade touting a sign with the slogan "More nice, less ICE." Referencing U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), the slogan can be read as signaling the LGBTQ+ community's solidarity with the city's immigrant community.
A rainbow flag flying over the nightlife in Mar Mikhaël (Arabic: مار ميخائيل, Lebanese pronunciation: مار مخايل), a residential and commercial neighborhood in the Medawar district of Beirut, Lebanon. - Wikipedia
Pink Marrakech boat floating in the Amsterdam Canal Pride Parade, a citywide festival held annually at the center of Amsterdam during the first weekend of August. Pink Marrakech is an LGBTI platform that fosters discussion and acceptance within the (Moroccan) Muslim community. - Wikipedia / Pink Marrakech
Attendee dressed in gold at the 2009 NYC Gay Pride Parade, one of the largest annual Pride marches in the world, attracting tens of thousands of participants and millions of sidewalk spectators. - Wikipedia
Participants in rainbow hues marching in Dublin's 2014 LGBTQ+ Pride Festival. The event has grown from a one-day event in 1974 to a ten-day festival celebrating LGBT culture in Ireland with an expanded arts, social and cultural content. - Wikipedia
This photograph was taken at the Pride Parade in Paris in 2010. Balloons are common, as part of the festive atmosphere, but this opportune moment seemed like a metaphor for the day. - photographer unknown