Gay parades are held in more than 50 countries on all continents, including such traditionally religious and conservative country like Turkey, Lebanon, China, India, Venezuela, Colombia and others. Depending on the specific situation of gay parade may have the character of a carnival or a human rights demonstration . The term gay in the name - of the well-established expressions used in this case not only against gays, but in the broad sense refers to all members of the LGBT community. In most countries, gay pride parade is an integral and perhaps the most important part of a major event - "Pride" or simply "Pride" (angl. Pride Event) conducted in various forms: for example, festival, fairs, picnics and so on. Such events are traditionally held in summer (usually in June) to commemorate the Stonewall riots, during which thousands of gays and lesbians resisted police repression, and this performance was one of the symbols of the struggle for gay civil rights. Trully say I have an ambiguous attitude towards them. :dry:
Well, I do not have such events in my city or even county, but once we were abroad and visited the parade. It is one of the best ways to spend time in a good company of those who completely understand you and have common interests, shares your ideals and everything else. Every time I get to know about such events, me and my partner are on our way to this event. I guess that is a great place to relax, feel yourself free, dance and have a good drink. After all, where else can we spend most of our weekends or leisure? Although there are not many parades in the world for us, I mean gay one, we try not to miss any of them.
Well, that is my theme, guys. Couse I have been to such parades several times and may say it is really amusing. Once, or better to say the firs time it was here, in my country, and together with my friends we decided to have fun and even took parts. It is an enormously great thing. You are so free and in a company of those who are just the same as you are. We danced a lot, cried a lot and laughed a lot! We did a lot of a lot)))))) The next time it happened in Germany, although I like our more)))
I’ve been to such a parade only once and I really enjoyed every spent minute there)) well, the idea of uniting all gays is close to me))) I always called gays to unite and be together in our life. We have to help each other. Because everyone has different life situations. And I know that many of us suffer from homophobe. When I get to know about such things, I try to help guys to live this situation and move on) honestly I am a bit worried about the future of my children. If I could, I’d make their life easier. I DO NOT WANT THEM TO SUFFER))
i think that all the people think something about ti and they have some attitude to them and of course not all the guys have really good attitude to it. but still. i know a lot about different prides and i try to know ore and more sometimes i have an opportunity to visit some prides if i have enough time but sometimes i can not do it and i think that it is a normal thing it is not too bad or something like that. but if the person does not accept prides and does not want to visit them at all for me it is weird because i think that it is disrespect to your community and you know it and you realise it. that is what i think about it and i hope that you would not judge me.
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