San Francisco is a great place to visit. There are many things you can do while there and the city has so much culture. You’ll find yourself in awe with all of the attractions that San Francisco offers, such as Lombard Street or Union Square. If you’re looking for something different from your typical tourist destination, this is it! San Francisco is a great destination for gay people. It has an amazing village that is full of bars, restaurants and shops. It’s also the perfect place to check out all of the best attractions in one day.
São Paulo Pride Festival
The São Paulo Pride Festival is a celebration of LGBT people, their friends and families. It aims to promote the acceptance of diversity and fight discrimination against sexual orientation or gender identity. The festival takes place over 10 days in June with events such as concerts, theater performances, debates, exhibitions and more! Join us on this journey through Brazil’s cultural capital for an unforgettable experience!
The São Paulo Pride Festival is a celebration that promotes tolerance towards minorities in society. With events spanning 10 days from June 2018 to July 2018 it celebrates the gay community by providing entertainment for all those who are interested.
New York City Pride
New York City Pride is an event that takes place in NYC every summer. It celebrates the LGBTQ community and culture, and its history of resistance to discrimination. The first pride parade took place on June 28th, 1970 as a protest march against police violence towards the gay community. Nowadays, it’s known for being one of the largest parades in New York City with over 800 thousand people attending each year. We picked some of our favorite places to visit while you’re there!
Toronto’s Pride Parade is one of the best in North America and it happens every June. Toronto has a long history with LGBTQ rights, being home to Canada’s first gay bookstore, Gay House coffee shop and bathhouse. The parade starts at Church Street and Bloor Street East before heading down Yonge Street and finally ending at Nathan Phillips Square.
If you want to attend the parade make sure you arrive early because this event is always very popular! It is well worth attending as it celebrates love for all people regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity. You also can’t beat the stunning view from atop of One King West Centre overlooking Queen’s Park where we are located!
Christopher Streeet Day
Christopher Street Day is a day of celebration for the LGBT community. The event takes place in New York City’s famous Village District, and it’s been happening every year since 1972. Christopher Street Day has something for everyone with live entertainment, food trucks, art exhibitions, and more! Celebrate your summer by joining this lively festival on Sunday May 27th from noon to 6pm at the intersection of Christopher Street and 7th Ave South (near Sheridan Square).
The last few years have seen an increase in popularity among gay travellers as destinations strive to be inclusive spaces where same-sex couples can enjoy their honeymoon or just visit without fear of persecution.