First full march, police outwitted, no arrests Thirty Russian lesbian, gay and bisexual activists foiled the police and FSB security services by holding a 10 minute flashmob Gay Pride march on one of Moscow’s major thoroughfares, Leningradsky Street, this afternoon, Saturday 29 May. Carrying a 20 metre long rainbow flag and placards in Russian and … Moscow Gay Pride march success
Exclusive 6 minutes video of Moscow Pride film director Vladimir Ivanov about the preparations and the action of fifth Moscow Pride on Saturday 29 May 2010. Vladimir Ivanov is the film director of “Moskva. Pride ’06” documentary which was selected for Berlin Film Festival in 2007.
EU, UK and US fail to condemn ban Russian gays will defy courts and mayor Activists gather in secret Moscow location “In a shameless display of feeble deference to the Mayor of Moscow, a court in the Russian capital today upheld Mayor Luzhkov’s ban of the fifth attempted Moscow Gay Pride parade. The judge acted … Moscow court upholds Gay Pride ban
[flickr_set id=”72157594562459124″] London, 28 February 2007 – Protest against homophobic Moscow Mayor Yury Luzhkov who was in London to meet the mayors of London, Paris and Berlin. Luzhkov has banned Moscow Pride and denounced gay people as ‘satanic’. © OutRage! 1990-2010. You are free to use this photo to illustrate news stories and articles about … Moscow Mayor Luzhkov Protest
[flickr_set id=”72157594185827162″] Peter Tatchell mocks the Pope’s homophobia at EuroPride, London, 1 July 2006. [Photo: Andy Harley, UK Gay News]
[flickr_set id=”72057594118033084″] Moscow Pride Demo March 2006, Russian Embassy, London © OutRage! 1990-2010. You are free to use this photo to illustrate news stories and articles about OutRage!, the lesbian and gay human rights group, with credit to the group and photographer. For all other uses, please inquire. Photos: Brett Lock, OutRage!
[flickr-gallery mode=”photoset” photoset=”72157624059210426″] Following threats by Leicester’s small but vocal branch of the National Front and other neonazis (including Clive Potter of the British National Party) of violent disruptions at Leicester’s first Pride March, Leicester City Council posted discrete warnings at the entrance to Abbey Park where the march terminated: though they did not advertise … Leicester Unity overcomes neonazis
[flickr_set id=”72157623934755993″] Pictures of this year’s L/G/B/T Pride March in London.
London Mardi Gras has agreed that a newly-created forum of community groups will have exclusive decision-making powers concerning future Pride marches/parades, and that it will advise London Mardi Gras on policies regarding the post-march/parade Festival in the park and the Pride Arts Festival. London Mardi Gras has also agreed to fund the community-run march/parade. Endorsing … London Mardi Gras agrees OutRage! Proposals for Community Control of the March/Parade
FOR DISCUSSION WITHIN THE L/G/B/T COMMUNITY Presented to Pride (London) Committee and London Mardi Gras on 30 July 1999, and circulated to lesbian and gay community organisations and individuals for consultation and discussion. MAIN PROPOSALS – A SUMMARY reverse the march route to hold a post-march festival in Hyde Park on Saturday, and switch the … The Future of Pride / Mardi Gras – OutRage!’s Proposals