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42 Boston Pride photos to make you jealous you missed out

29 Pulse survivors danced on their own float

42 Boston Pride photos to make you jealous you missed out
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29 Pulse survivors had their own float at Boston Pride

Pride season is in full swing, and people are coming out in droves to celebrate and support the LGBTI community.

Last weekend West Hollywood’s LA Pride and the March for Equality and Unity in Washington DC were the main events.

But they were not the only ones.

Up north, in Boston, Massachusetts, people were also celebrating.

Tens of thousands marched in the parade and among them were some very special guests: 29 survivors of the Pulse shooting, dancing on their very own float.

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To celebrate, here are 42 amazing snaps showing Boston’s LGBTI community in all its colorful glory.

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