International LGBT Pride Day
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International LGBT Pride Day (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender), also known as Gay Pride Day
Is a series of events that the LGBT community annually celebrates publicly to urge tolerance and equality of its collective. This celebration takes place on June 28, commemorating the 1969 Stonewall (New York, USA) riots that marked the beginning of the homosexual liberation movement.
In some countries, the original date of celebration of the Pride usually moves to the first Saturday before or after June 28, although it can also be modified if it coincides with relevant events (political elections, mass celebrations, etc.) or to commemorate other ephemeris Local events that are important for the collective
The basic notion of "LGBT pride" is that no person should be ashamed of what he is, regardless of sex or gender identity. From a linguistic point of view, the term "pride" means "the self-esteem or esteem that each person has of himself as deserving respect or consideration." This definition conveys the idea of an intrinsic dignity that every human being possesses and should not be affected by their sexual behavior or orientation