June is Pride Month, and, in cities across the country, members of the LGBTQ community and their allies are taking to the streets to celebrate and march for LGBTQ rights. From Los Angeles, where a Resist March was held on June 11, to the Equality March in Washington DC on the same day, droves of people are coming out to support a common theme: love is love.
Walking in mass through major cities, many marchers carried signs ranging from messages of hope to messages of resistance aimed at the Trump administration. Signs painted in the colors of the rainbow, people draped with Pride flags, and even dogs sporting their own colorful attire, a single message was rung out -- together we are stronger, and love will always trump hate.
These are just some of the best signs from the Pride Marches that have taken place so far, but we’re sure there are many more that will catch our eyes as the celebrations continue.
Marching on Washington for my rights was very emotional. I won't ever forget walking past the White House with hundreds of thousands of people knowing what decisions are made there. It's one thing to complain about what's going on.... it's a whole different thing to protest and rise against. Do something. Make your voice known. Remember.... love is a terrible thing to hate. #equalitymarch2017 #dcpride #protest #marchonwashington #DC