Thousands join ‘Pride March’ in QC

25/06/2022 2:49:00 PM

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🏳️‍🌈 Alab for Love 🏳️‍🌈 Thousands of members of the LGBTQIA+ community joined the parade for the celebration of Pride Month at the Quezon City Memorial Circle on June 25, 2022. (📷:Noel B. Pabalate/MB) READ:

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Members and supporters of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex, and Asexual (LGBTQIA+) community joined the “Pride March” held at the Quezon Memorial Circle (QMC) in Quezon City on Saturday, June 25.QC Hall Police Community Precinct 5 commander Lt. Col. Leonie dela Cruz said that some 5,000 participants marched from the North Avenue gate of the QMC which started at around 3 p.m.

Photo by Noel Pabalate/ MANILA BULLETINPhoto by Noel Pabalate/ MANILA BULLETINThey walked along the inner lane of the Elliptical Road until they reached the Commonwealth Avenue gate, then back to the park.The Pride March is part of the “Alab for Love: Pride PH’s Festival” which was hosted by the local government.

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QC Hall Police Community Precinct 5 commander Lt. Col. To make it more festive, Farhood matched the brow color with the blue eyeshadow used to add the sky details. Leonie dela Cruz said that some 5,000 participants marched from the North Avenue gate of the QMC which started at around 3 p. At the CCP Open Grounds, the Metro Manila Pride March and Festival themed “#AtinAngKulayaan: Makibeki Ngayon, Atin ang Panahon!” has also kicked off.m. Statement look View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Carlos Zavalaga (@carloszavalaga) Peruvian makeup artist Carlos Zavalaga is queering a “Cruella” look and we’re loving it. Photo by Noel Pabalate/ MANILA BULLETIN Photo by Noel Pabalate/ MANILA BULLETIN They walked along the inner lane of the Elliptical Road until they reached the Commonwealth Avenue gate, then back to the park. Two weapons, including a fully automatic gun, were retrieved from the crime scene, they added.

The Pride March is part of the “Alab for Love: Pride PH’s Festival” which was hosted by the local government.” You can customize the look by replacing the phrase with statements like “Makibeki” or “Wag mashokot. Photo by Noel Pabalate/ MANILA BULLETIN Photo by Noel Pabalate/ MANILA BULLETIN Tessa and Thea, an LGBT couple for more than three years who attended the march for the first time, said that they participated to experience the feeling of belongingness while being surrounded by other members of the community. Photo by Noel Pabalate/ MANILA BULLETIN Meanwhile, another couple, Ayen and Mikhaila, said they also went to the event to celebrate with the community “We want to remind everyone na Pride will always be a protest and that malayo pa tayo sa tunay na kalayaan (We’re still far from real freedom),” Ayen said. Big, bold wings View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Drian Bautista (@itsdrianbautista) Note: This is a rosy maple version of Bautista’s original rainbow moth look from their previous Instagram account. Photo by Noel Pabalate/ MANILA BULLETIN The event also features a “Pride Night” where various performances and solidarity speeches would be presented. Photo by Noel Pabalate/ MANILA BULLETIN The city also held a free human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) screening and Covid-19 vaccinations for the community members. Case in point is this ethereal rainbow moth goddess look with wings and antennae attached. The suspect was known to authorities, including for violence of a less severe nature, police said.

Pride PH is the widest national pride network of the country’s LGBTQIA+ organizations and individuals that advocates human rights, equality and diversity, and inclusion against discrimination. Read more: . To create the wings and antennae, you can apply highly pigmented eyeshadow (or paint, if you prefer) on watercolor paper.