Prides and Festivals
Photos of Polar Pride promoting LGBT+ inclusion in polar science.
The event is going ahead but in a new location and with a new format as it adapts to COVID.
Pictures of the biggest Pride since the coronavirus pandemic swept the world.
Pride may have been cancelled this year but LGBT+ organizers are still serving their city.
The tropical island previously had to cancel a Pride because of death threats against the organizer.
‘Love conquers all.’
16 people arrested. Unknown number of injuries. Pride organizers say police stood by despite promising protection.
Meet the Snapchat lens creators who teamed up with GSN’s Digital Pride and AMV BBDO to create virtual festival floats.
Almost half of kink and fetish lovers feel Prides do not represent them.
Organizers want to tackle stigma in a country where LGBT+ murders are common.
‘Shanghai just got darker. Let’s hope rainbow colors will be back to brighten it up again soon.’
The imam says the cancellation of Pride in Sarajevo has brought ‘happiness, goodness and beauty’ to the tragedy of COVID-19.
The first Asia Rainbow Ride is possible because Taiwan has managed to control the coronavirus pandemic.
The island of Guernsey says its Pride will be ‘one heck of a coming out party’.
Extra Pride event was to show solidarity with cancelled Prides around the world.
The State of Qatar owns the London landmark and punishes homosexuality with prison and even death.
Pride in London has cancelled for this year but veterans of the Gay Liberation Front will march all the same.
But a coincidence may make it possible for Thessaloniki to break the rules and host EuroPride in 2021 instead.
LA Pride cancelled its 2020 event due to coronavirus but there’s been another change of plans.
Shanghai Pride promises to obey ‘all required safety guidelines’.
The event on the south coast of England was under pressure to postpone or cancel due to coronavirus.
Despite a tough year, Prides are planning for a bright future.
But organizers are delaying a final decision.
Over 150 Prides have cancelled or postponed already.
The UK capital’s Pride follows events like Los Angeles and Tokyo Prides to respond to COVID-19.
Prides are fighting back to ensure their survival as the numbers keep growing.
It now seems certain more Prides will follow.
Pride organizers from Africa, Asia, North America, Europe and Oceania have met to discuss how to manage coronavirus.
LGBT+ people in Myanmar’s capital Yangon have taken Pride to the water for a colorful…
2020 Pride dates and details for the world’s best festivals from every corner of the world.