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There are colorful outfits, elaborate costumes, cute kids, couples holding hands, and more. Maybe just underwear or tape over sensitive areas. As someone who is very much in favor of clothing for myself, I sometimes struggle with these public displays. Pride for all of its faults; whitewashing, trans exclusion, corporate assimilation, etc. And on one day of the year; one precious day, you can be yourself without fear of judgment… If for one day you can be embodied… If for one day you can love and laugh and have sex and walk around in your underwear…. If for one precious, holy, special day you can celebrate your body, your flesh, your love, your passion, your life, than you should celebrate, embrace, and love it all. Can I tell you a secret?
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By Emma Teitel March 15, Every community has its truly committed. Until a few days ago, so did I.
WHILE happy crowds enjoyed a colourful gay pride parade in New York today, riot police with dogs, guns and riot shields ruthlessly crushed lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex activists defying a ban on a similar event in Turkey. Hundreds of thousands of people watched marchers in colourful fancy dress - and in some cases no clothes at all - at the Big Apple's NYC Pride Parade. Activists said plastic bullets were also used and riot-control cops were dispatched to the area, while pictures taken at the scene reportedly show Turkish nationalists attacking and abusing protesters. Turkey's official Anadolu news agency said "an estimated 20 people" were detained after protesters ignored warnings to disperse because the march did not have a permit. Brad Hoylman, a Democratic lawmaker in the New York State Senate, said lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people were "under assault" by the Trump administration.