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Many events have already been postponed or even canceled because of the coronavirus and we are approaching the Pride March time so the question is... will they be canceled or postponed?
Today, let’s talk about the Dayton Pride March in Dayton, Ohio that is one of the first to be delayed.
I was talking about the Dayton Pride Parade the other day, which for the moment has been postponed to August, but generally speaking, many Pride Marches are canceled around the world.
Officials announced that they are canceling the 50th Los Angeles Pride Parade in West Hollywood that was scheduled to take place on June 10, 2020.
Close to 500 Pride Marches have been postponed or canceled due to the coronavirus according to European Pride Organizers Association’s global list, but more events will be held virtually to celebrate Pride Month.
It is true that Ukraine has not legalized marriage equality, nor same-sex civil unions, and that there is no recognition for LGBTQ couples. But despite the persecution of LGBTQ people in the country, Pride Marches are getting better and better every year.
Taiwan became Asia’s first country to legalize equal marriage on May 24, 2019. Last week’s Pride march was an opportunity to celebrate.