Pride 2019

These photos of loving parents at Pride events are very moving.
“As we celebrate Pride ... we also have to remember that there’s so much work that needs to be done,” the activist said.
The pop icon told LGBTQ revelers she would "take a bullet" for them in an emotional speech.
A Russian celebration, a headless dancer and a SpaceX launch round out this week's images.
The singer and co-founder of the LoveLoud Festival says he's more impassioned than ever to bring about change for the community.
"I am truly touched by what we can do when we come together as one," the actor and singer said of the benefit concert.
Millions of Brazilians pushed back against the homophobic policies of right-wing President Jair Bolsonaro at the first Pride parade since his election.
Minnesota's Jack Baker and Mike McConnell obtained a marriage license in 1971, but their road to wedded bliss wasn't an easy one.
Ariana DiLorenzo, frontwoman of the synth-pop group, says lending her voice to Pride festivities nationwide has been "an honor."
The "Modern Family" star is finding creative ways to incorporate LGBTQ advocacy into his latest work, including bow ties, Broadway and a Taylor Swift video cameo.
Sal Stow and Meghan Stabler said they felt "humbled" they'd had such a major impact on a young LGBTQ person they'd never met.
Here's why activist Aaron Jackson decided to foot the bill for Grimm's education.
From Burberry to Chanel, these designers have shown their support for the queer community at their fashion shows.
With the addition of a new campus for youth and seniors, the Los Angeles LGBT Center is breaking new ground and serving the most vulnerable.
How this queer teenager is teaching his followers to use their voice unapologetically.
They stand out in the trucking industry for many reasons ― their race, gender, sexuality and their marriage.
17 Democrats urged the Trump administration to explain why it is reversing policies on Pride Month.
A conversation with director Dan Krauss on his new documentary about "compassion and confronting bigotry and bias with grace."
Because our gender expression and presumed genitalia don’t align with the majority’s sense of what it takes to make a baby, strangers feel empowered to pile on questions.
Experts say mental health issues aren't widespread in the LGBTQ community because of identity or orientation ― it's because of discrimination.