Adeel Amini knows how intimidating it can be to attend LGBTQ events without friends or family – so he created a safe space where people could come and meet others.
When I march on Saturday, beneath the glitter and the glamour, I will be marching for the kind of future that I want for London – without hate crime, where everyone feel safe to be their authentic self, where all love really is treated equally.
The role of brands and corporate interests in the LGBTQIA+ movement is a divisive ongoing debate, but here's a suggestion on how to ‘do business’ with business without selling out.
'Shout out to this guy.'
Bold, bright and beautiful ❤️ 🌈
#LoveHappensHere 🌈 ❤️
For Pride 2017, thousands of people took to the streets of London decked out in every colour of the rainbow. Proudly wearing
Read more on The Huffington Post 7. The emergency services leading the parade. From the ambulance service to the fire brigade
'Fuck the DUP'.
The large-scale event is taking place as the country’s threat level remains at severe, with police warning people to be vigilant