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Welcome to a world ablaze with love, liberation, and unapologetic self-expression! As we dive headfirst into the vibrant waves of Pride Month, it's time to rally together as fierce defenders of equality and freedom for all. From the colorful streets of bustling metropolises to the farthest corners of our interconnected globe, let's explore why standing up for the rights of the LGBTQ+ community has never been more crucial. Get ready to celebrate, educate, and ignite change in this extraordinary journey of pride and resilience!

Enjoy these photos highlighting LGBTQ+ rights around the world

In my city there is an incredible place called Feta Events, it is a small workshop where they make different dishes and delicious desserts, the people who work there are only women and they support associations that help women who have suffered violence, this month for being the pride month, they made this delicious bread with the rainbow on top, the rainbow is made of marzipan and it is filled with Nutella

📸🏳️‍🌈 Gaby

In Turkey, lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) individuals are at a disadvantage compared to other citizens. Although Turkey recognizes same-sex relationships, it does not include any expression such as sexual orientation or gender identity in its civil law, and does not recognize the union of same-sex couples on a legal basis, But as the Turkish people, we support them to get these rights. 🏳️‍🌈💖

📸🏳️‍🌈 Nur

Last week i went to say hi to my grandparents and i found this amazing lgbt flag on the road in honour of the Pride This is the main street of Padua, Italy, the place where i’m born 🏳️‍🌈💛

📸🏳️‍🌈 Lisa

Though, June is Pride month the 2023 Vancouver Pride Festival will be on Sat, Aug 5, - Sun, Aug 6. Vancouver celebrates Pride in August because it’s the same time as summer and peak festival season. These festivals include Canada Day, the Celebration of Light, the Vancouver International Jazz Festival, and Bard on the Beach.

Discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation was outlawed in different parts of the country, and during the late 1990s, this was extended to the whole of Canada in a series of legal judgments. Same-sex marriage was recognised in 2005. Gender identity and gender expression were brought under the Canadian Human Rights Act in 2017. Canada’s largest cities have prominent LGBT+ oriented neighbourhoods/villages. In Vancouver where I live it’s Vancouver's Davie Village. 📸🏳️‍🌈 Anna

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