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2015 Los Angeles Gay Pride June 12th to 14th

By Sexual Diversity - 2014-11-10

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One of the most exciting cities to celebrate the LGBT Pride event is Los Angeles, June 12th to 14th, 2015.

"One of the most exciting cities to celebrate LGBT Pride in 2015 is Los Angeles June 12th to 14th."

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Every summer, cities around the globe celebrate Gay Pride (also known as LGBT Pride), which commemorates the historic trials and tribulations of the global LGBT community while celebrating equality rights, sexual diversity, and gender variance.

Global Pride events vary in size and scope.

Whether small, large, solemn, or carnivalesque, people from all sexual backgrounds unite under the rainbow flag for a month of Pride bashes.

One of the most exciting cities to celebrate LGBT Pride in 2015 is Los Angeles June 12th to 14th.

SoCal’s biggest city boasts massive Pride parties like LA Pride 2015, where attendees enjoy a sprawling street fair full of food and live entertainment.

Nearly a half-million revelers enjoy West Hollywood’s most festive weekend, where a focus on educating non-members of the Gay community takes center stage.

Meanwhile, the 33nd Annual Pride Run 5K/10K draws fitness freaks of all skill levels, sexual identities, and ethnicities.

The run invites proud members of the LGBT community and their families and friends to run or line the race route that begins and ends at the West Hollywood City Hall.

Chock-full of Gay Pride celebrations, Los Angeles packs an entertaining assortment of soirees celebrating the LGBT community.

Further details will be added as they come to hand.

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