The first big Pride festivals of the year have started and we were happy to represent Belfast Pride this weekend in the brilliant sunshine at Dublin Pride. You can follow the link below to find out more and see some photos from the day. We are putting the final touches to the Belfast Pride Festival programme…
On Thursday 31st of July in The MAC, Amnesty International’s annual Belfast Pride event will host Ireland’s favourite gender discombobulist, the wonderful Panti Bliss. Earlier this year Panti took to the stage of Dublin’s Abbey Theatre to stand up against Homophobia and soon after her speech went viral online attracting over half a million…
The sun is struggling today so far but we Have A Dream that it won’t be a problem on this Sunday evening in July – you might even need sunglasses to protect your Angel Eyes…Ahem. You can plan to enjoy your picnic at City Hall or come in to town and get something to eat…
LGBT+ people deserve respect and should not be subjected to this scapegoating nonsense from an elected representative. The DUP need to discipline their councillor, apologise and change the way they talk about LGBT+ people. We've had enough!
#bproud2020 #RightsNow https://t.co/NfPqwT5TeU
Today is Trans Day of Visibility: time to show support for Trans people and challenge discrimination and prejudice. Belfast Pride is one of 170 Prides across the world who have signed up to #PrideWithTheT declaration. Read more: https://t.co/9ewgjWYnq1
#bproud2020 #TDOV2020 https://t.co/ydGiPUABWK
We're taking time to show our appreciation for Health and Social Care staff on the frontline of the fight against Covid-19 as well as all the staff who support them and help make services happen. We're in this together, show your support! #clapforourcarers #bproud2020 https://t.co/5892nH38yY
Well done to @intolgbt on their win! We're always happy to see Rainbow Families gaining Visibility and recognition and we hope to build on our work with the @TRPNI and @Here_NI Same Sex Family Project for the 30th Belfast Pride this year!