Taiwan has been chosen by InterPride, the coalition of LGBTQ Pride organizations, as the host for the World Pride 2025 over Washington, DC.
Like the rest of the LGBTQ communities around the world, the Taiwan Pride parade will be held online this year because of COVID-19.
The Rainbow Honor Walk in San Francisco’s renowned Castro neighborhood is set to honor lesbian and civil rights activist Phyllis Lyon.
A New York-based group called the Lesbian Bar Project is working to save the country's remaining lesbian bars in the wake of the pandemic.
Vice President Kamala Harris has become the first sitting vice president to attend a Pride March after making a surprise visit to the Capitol Pride Walk.
Heritage of Pride, the organizer of the Pride events in New York City, has banned law enforcement groups from participating in the NYC Pride.
Despite the pandemic, New York city's longest-standing gay bar, Henrietta Hudson, is reopening after shutting down last year.
Jagermeister will work with the LGBTQ community to save the remaining 15 lesbian bars in the US in the wake of the pandemic lockdown.
DIVA has launched Lesbian Visibility Week in the UK to celebrate lesbians and show solidarity with every woman in the LGBTQ community around the world.
As the world continues to shut down because of the coronavirus outbreak, the organizers of London Pride for this year has postponed their event.