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Each June, streets all over the world light up with colorful LGBTQ Pride marches and festivals. But this year, the Covid-19 pandemic has radically altered those plans.
While some cities will see live marches—Taiwan will have a Pride parade in the streets as usual—and other events have turned into protests combining Pride and Black Lives Matter themes, the overwhelming majority of LGBTQ Pride festivities have moved online.
And we stress the term overwhelming: Not only are there more virtual Prides than could ever fit into one news story, this weekend will also see events explode in attendance as people from all over the world are able to take (virtual) part in foreign Pride festivals for the first time in history.
The largest of the weekend’s events will be Global