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Members of QMOUT took to the streets of London to celebrate Pride at events across the city last weekend, including the London Pride Parade and UK Black Pride (7th-8th July). 

11 July 2018

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London Pride Parade 2018

This year's UK Pride celebrations mark 50 years since the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality in the UK, and 3 years since the legalisaton of same-sex marriage in the UK, ensuring that same-sex couples benefit from the same legal rights as straight ones.

Members of QMOUT, QMUL's LGBT+ staff network, participated in celebrations held across the city marking 46 years of Pride celebrations in the capital, as well taking part in events across the country throughout Pride Month (June).

Pride marches and events have been held internationally for almost 50 years, with the first Pride march held in Chicago (1970) in commemoration of the Stonewall riots (1969). Pride events are now hosted across the globe to raise awareness of LGBT+ issues, campaign for LGBT+ rights, and celebrate the LGBT+ community.

Missed London Pride? You can still join the festivities across the UK including Brighton Pride, Manchester Pride and Newcastle Pride to name a few! Check here for details on Pride events across the UK.

 A huge thanks to Heidrun and London Royals Hockey Club for sharing your fantastic snaps from the day!


QMOUT members enjoy London Pride  London Royals Hockey Team at Pride 2018  London Pride arch and balloons






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