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Canines turned out alongside their house owners decked in rainbow flags (Image: MetroUK) Greater than...
Dogs turned out alongside their owners decked in rainbow flags
Canines turned out alongside their house owners decked in rainbow flags (Image: MetroUK)

Greater than 1,000,000 individuals joined Pleasure celebrations in London at the moment for its 50th anniversary – and amongst them, there have been fairly just a few dogs as nicely.

We often do a spherical up of people’s doggy friends when it comes to polling day, but it surely looks like voting isn’t the one manner the nation’s canines prefer to make their voices heard.

They’re additionally right here in rainbow gear, protesting and partying, and searching extraordinarily cute as they do it.

This yr’s parade, from Hyde Park Nook to Whitehall, pays homage to the unique 1972 march and it’s one to recollect, with clear skies lit up with color.

These attending can do loads of celeb recognizing, with attendees together with former Olympic athlete Dame Kelly Holmes, who lately got here out publicly as homosexual, and Joe Locke, star of Netflix’s hit LGBT present Heartstopper.

There are additionally activists, politicians, bikers, and extra for the capital’s first Pleasure because the pandemic.

However, we all know you got here right here for the canines. So with out additional ado, listed here are among the most pawesome allies round this afternoon:

A pup dressed for the event (Image: MetroUK)
A dog with a rainbow scarf
Matching rainbow scarf and braces (Image: MetroUK)
A dog with a rainbow bow tie
And a really dapper bow tie for this canine (Image: MetroUK)
A black and white service dog with a pink bow
A service canine joined within the march (Image: MetroUK)
A dog with a rainbow bow
Canines for equal rights! (Image: MetroUK)
Two pugs being held by someone in a wheelchair with rainbow facepaint
Over 1,000,000 individuals have been anticipated for Pleasure in London at the moment (Image: MetroUK)
A dog with a rainbow lei
We don’t know actual canine numbers, however they have been undoubtedly represented (Image: MetroUK)
Two dogs wearing rainbow leis
And in model! (Image: MetroUK)

Floats lined Park Lane in London forward of the principle march, led by Homosexual Liberation Entrance (GLF) activists holding placards saying ‘I used to be there in 1972’ and that they’re ‘nonetheless combating’ for international LGBT+ freedom.

Particular point out additionally goes to these attending the Pleasure canine present in Bristol, the place there have been some robust seems on show…

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan mentioned there was nonetheless a ‘hazard’ to the LGBTQ+ neighborhood of ‘discrimination, bias and violence’ and warned towards being ‘complacent’.

He mentioned: ‘This yr is the 50th anniversary of Pleasure, celebrating this neighborhood, celebrating the progress made, but additionally persevering with to marketing campaign and by no means be complacent.

‘We noticed this time final week an assault in Oslo simply hours earlier than that parade, the place two individuals misplaced their lives and greater than 20 have been injured.

‘So, we’ve received to take heed to the truth that there’s nonetheless a hazard to this neighborhood of discrimination, bias and violence. However allies like me are actually necessary to assist this neighborhood.’

He mentioned persons are marching for an ‘open, inclusive accepting world’.

A sentiment we’re positive these canines can agree with.

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Metro.co.uk celebrates 50 years of Pleasure

This yr marks 50 years of Pleasure, so it appears solely becoming that Metro.co.uk goes above and past in our ongoing LGBTQ+ assist, by means of a wealth of content material that not solely celebrates all issues Pleasure, but additionally share tales, take time to mirror and raises consciousness for the neighborhood this Pleasure Month.

And we’ve received some nice names on board to assist us, too. From a listing of well-known visitor editors taking on the location for per week that features Rob Rinder, Nicola Adams, Peter Tatchell, Kimberly Hart-Simpson, John Whaite, Anna Richardson and Dr Ranj, in addition to the likes of Sir Ian McKellen and Drag Race stars The Vivienne, Lawrence Chaney and Tia Kofi providing their insights. 

Throughout Pleasure Month, which runs from 1 – 30 June, Metro.co.uk may even be supporting Kyiv Pride, a Ukrainian charity pressured to work more durable than ever to guard the rights of the LGBTQ+ neighborhood throughout instances of battle, and youth homelessness charity AKT. To search out out extra about their work, and what you are able to do to assist them, click on here.

For Metro.co.uk‘s newest Pleasure protection, click here.

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