FESTIVALS

PRIDE

A commemoration of the 1969 Stonewall riots in New York City, a pivotal moment in modern LGBTQ social movements.

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Prides are assorted by date, not by locations. The most recent ones that we covered start at the top.

TAIPEI, TAIWAN 2020

Being one of the most successful countries in curbing COVID-19, Taiwan was the only country in the world that was able to host the largest in-person Pride in 2020.

NEW YORK 2020

“It’s 2020, and we are still dealing with issues that we’ve been dealing with for hundreds of years. It’s ridiculous. This needs to end now.”

Bushwig drag festival celebrates Pride and honors the Black Lives Matter movement in Brooklyn, NY.

TAIPEI, TAIWAN 2019

Nearly 200,000 people attended Taipei Pride in 2019, making it the biggest one yet for the island.

ATLANTA, USA 2019

The Annual Trans March in Atlanta celebrates the visibility of the trans and non-binary community, while remembering the lives lost due to violence.

Atlanta Pride was first held in 1970, just a year after the Stonewall riots, which served as a catalyst to the Pride movement in Atlanta.

AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS 2019

The annual Amsterdam Pride Walk has been cancelled in 2020 due to coronavirus, but it still serves as a good reminder of why Pride marches started happening in the first place.

WYNWOOD, MIAMI 2019

In 2019, Miami’s 1st Wynwood Pride split local talent into 2 opposing camps. In 2020, the festival is back in digital form.

NEW YORK 2019

“Pride At The Beach” is the annual official closing event of the NYC Black Pride festival organized by the NYC Center for Black Pride.

We tried to walk in the parade and failed, but we still took some amazing shots and made a bunch of beautiful friends. Take a peek at this year’s WorldPride parade’s faces and moments.

Harlem Pride celebrates its 10th anniversary, Dominique Jackson MCs and drops some knowledge, Precious performs, and it rains cats and dogs.

Queens celebrates WorldPride with a bang: three performance stages; Kristine W as a headliner; and a bunch of politicians, like Senator Chuck Schumer and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

Families attended Brooklyn’s family-friendly street fair before the dusk march, but so did a bunch of Bible-wielding men that were telling everyone that homosexuality is sin…

NEW YORK 2018

On Sunday we are marching for WorldPride and celebrating The Stonewall rebellion’s 50th birthday, but today we are looking back at last year’s parade.

Photo library from the 9th Harlem Pride Anniversary.