Sizzling photos from NYC Pride’s annual Pier Dance.
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Surrounded by family, friends and thousands of NYC Pride revelers, Brian got down on one knee and proposed to Dan.
NYC Pride 2017 Photos The last Sunday in June New York holds its annual Pride March. Started as a commemoration of the 1969 Stonewall Riots, NYC Pride has evolve from a protest to a more of a celebration, but still retains it’s political roots. These photos shot by OutBuzz demonstrate the diversity of the LGBT […]
Google has pledged $1million to the LGBT Community Center of New York in order to help preserve and amplify the story of the 1969 Stonewall Uprising
Lighthouse is a new startup that connects LGBTQ people with healthcare providers that understand their unique needs.
“Who has time after all to teach an American Racism 101 class online via FB comment threads?”
Just last week Atlanta Mayor announced a permanent rainbow sidewalk in downtown Atlanta. Rainbow crosswalks in West Hollywood appear in so many selfies they’ve become cliché. So why not New York, where the gay rights movement began? New York has had rainbow crosswalks in the past, but they were never permanent. Mayor De Blasio, this […]
Hundreds of Thousands gathered in São Paulo for one of the world’s largest Pride marches.
These photos from Folsom Street East show another side of the rainbow. Folsom Street East Celebrates 20 Years of Kink. Next Pictures are Slightly NSFW Folsom Street East is an annual street festival in New York that celebrates and inspires participation and pride in fetish, kink, and LGBTQ communities through the creation of safe spaces […]
Lady Bunny doesn’t think you deserve to celebrate Pride Following the outcries over the two stripes on the pride flag, which brought out the ugliest in some people, and other petty divisive fighting, Lady Bunny said to cancel Pride. Let’s be real. This isn’t about adding two stripes to a flag—it’s about people’s inner ugly. […]