Gay Pride Parade News
Police Officer Proposes to His Partner at London Pride Parade
The Metropolitan Police officer broke from the parade to surprise his partner in the crowd.
Gay Pride Marches Marked by Celebration and Mourning
Gay Pride marches took place across the country today, but the celebratory tone of the events was inter-spliced with poignant moments of mourning over the 49 men and women who died during the shooting massacre at Pulse, a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida, earlier this month. New York, San
Obama Designates Stonewall as First National Monument for LGBT Rights
With this weekend marking the one-year anniversary of the Supreme Court’s ruling on legalizing gay marriage , President Obama will designate the Stonewall Inn in New York City as a new National Monument, the first official National Park Service monument dedicated to the plight of LGBT Americans.
NYPD Unveils Rainbow-Themed Vehicle Ahead of City's Pride March
A New York Police Department vehicle has gotten a rainbow-themed makeover ahead of the city's 2016 Pride March this Sunday. The NYPD badge on the SUV's hood is shaded in rainbow colors, as are the words "Pride," "Equality" and "Peace" on the vehicle's side. The car also features a heart sticker
NYPD SUV Gets Colorful Makeover for Gay Pride
A NYPD vehicle has been specifically painted for this Sunday's Gay Pride Parade in New York City.
Activists Clash With Riot Police at Transgender Event in Istanbul
Activists clashed with riot police in Istanbul, Turkey over a pro-transgender event that was banned by the government over security concerns. Video from the event posted on the Facebook page for Istanbul LGBT Pride Week shows demonstrators chanting as police attempted to disperse the crowd. The
Thousands Attend Vigil Outside Stonewall Inn for Orlando Victims
The event was one of several around the country in solidarity with the victims.
Tony Awards Honors Orlando Victims
Host James Corden opens the Tony Awards with a tribute to the victims of the Orlando mass shooting.