Photos from the NYC Pride March
On the last Sunday in June, NYC celebrates the diversity and dynamism of LGBTQ culture with a massive parade through downtown Manhattan. The March, which began in 1970, is among the largest on earth, featuring tens of thousands of wildly bedecked participants and millions of similarly dressed spectators (many of whom wave the movement’s signature rainbow flag). But the March is more than just a colorful cap on one of NYC’s most famous festivals; it’s an annual demonstration of civil rights and equality. Get ready for this year’s edition by clicking through our gallery—the energy is palpable.