Rainbow Pride is the collective term for the celebrations and commemorations of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ+) people and their allies. It is a time to celebrate LGBTQ+ culture and identity, and to fight for LGBTQ+ rights around the world.
Rainbow Pride events typically take place in June, which is LGBTQ+ Pride Month. However, Pride events can also be held at other times of the year, such as during Transgender Pride Week in November.
Pride events can include a variety of activities, such as parades, marches, rallies, festivals, concerts, and educational events. They are a time for LGBTQ+ people to come together, be themselves, and celebrate their identities.
The rainbow flag is the most visible symbol of Rainbow Pride. The six colors of the rainbow flag represent the diversity of the LGBTQ+ community.
Rainbow Pride is an important event for LGBTQ+ people and their allies. It is a time to celebrate the progress that has been made in LGBTQ+ rights, and to continue to fight for the equality of all LGBTQ+ people.