Every June is considered a “gay pride month” with a series of events organized by the LGBT community (Gay, bisexual & transgender) and ally worldwide. The most typical is the parade, drag queen performance, music, film show, festival …
1-year anniversary The Stonewall Rebellion, a small march from Acquatic Park to the San Francisco City Center took place. On June 27, 1970, Chicago Gay Liberation held another march. This is the first two Pride Parades (Pride Parade) in the world.
One day later, on June 28, 1970, a massive San Francisco rally took place at Golden Gate Park. New Yorkers organize Christopher Street Day March (Christopher Street Day March) and Los Angeles people also go down Hollywood Boulevard.