Two years ago, I first time spent my summer in New York City, it was when America legalized same-sex marriage on June 26th after years of struggles and fights. I clearly remember how lively, happy, and inspiring the pride parade 2015 was when I got out from a hair salon on 32nd street. I didn’t know what happened, it was super crowded! I’ve never seen something like that before in my life. Everybody got that six colors flags, waved to the parade. I actually had few questions in mind (Where were these people from? Were they all gay? They’re straight, and still came here for support?) Anyway, I didn’t care much about that, I just joined them. It was one of the most special feelings that I still had for the parade this year… the feeling of not being alone!
This kind of moment is when I realized that freedom is something that we should really demand and celebrate for, not taking it for granted.
No matter you’re gay or straight; white or black or asian or latino or whatever; we’re all here for freedom and equality.
We all celebrate for love and diversity.
We live like tomorrow doesn’t exist.
Judgments and criticises can’t stop us, they make us stronger.
These colorful flags blowed the city!
Everybody has their own stories and messages 🙂
A beautiful pole dancer!
A group of people on a lotus? ...
Spiderman at the parade.
This group seemed very formal 🙂
Butts… Why would you give a f**k about what others think about you? They don’t live your life!
Pink group :))
Is that a she, or he, or… Is it that important? That person is happy! That all you need to know!
They were all in white!
Chase Bank joined the parade!
Pink again 🙂 They look very young, very happy!
It’s me! I swinged and screamed a lot at the parade. It was a great day!
To all of my friends, be strong, be you… people who love you will stay.