LGBT Pride celebrates the diversity of the LGBTQ community.

It originated from the commemoration of the Stonewall riots, an important event in the history of LGBTQ rights.

The rainbow flag, designed by Gilbert Baker in 1978, is a well-known symbol of LGBT pride.

The flag of the Stonewall Inn represents the place where the riots took place.

LGBT Pride marches and events take place around the world to celebrate identity and show support.

Discrimination persists in many countries in areas such as housing, employment and health care.

Hate crimes and violence target LGBTQ individuals.

Same-sex marriage is not yet legal in some countries.

Speaking out against discrimination and violence contributes to promoting an inclusive society.