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May 22, 2014

From Tel Aviv to Texas, San Francisco to Sitges, June has more Gay Pride parades and parties than you know what to do with... and let's not forget the pride performances by Jennifer Hudson, Tegan and Sara, Rita Ora, Steve Grand and more!

Gay Pride means different things to different people.

For many countries and cities, pride is no longer about walking a few hours in the street, worried about an impending attack for being out in public.

The sad reality is many LGBTI people around the world can not celebrate their lives openly... all the more reason to join the Gay Pride celebrations close to you, to show solidarity and support for your LGBTI family around the world.

February 6, 2014

Dazzling floats and fabulous parties are expected to make this year's London Pride one of the biggest pride events ever. The annual pride parade will be held 28 June

London's summer is sure to sizzle with this year's pride celebrations, as organizers and volunteers strive to out-do last year's festivities.

London Pride, one of the globe's biggest pride events, will see LGBTI people and allies descend on the city to join in on the parties and parade.

The pride parade is set for Saturday 28 June, on the 45th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots.

June 10, 2012

After many festivals cancel, The Co-Operative is sponsoring 15 UK Gay Prides

British company The Co-Operative is sponsoring 15 gay pride events this summer after many feared cancellation from lack of funds.

Organisers of pride festivals across the UK were anxious they had to battle against the London Summer Olympics being the sponsors’ focus for 2012.

Bristol Pride boss Daryn Carter told Gay Star News: ‘It’s been a real struggle. We’ve had to be creative. People say to us that they don’t have any money but can they do something else.