In a festive atmosphere, the Pride March brings together around 1,300 people in Nîmes

In a festive atmosphere, the Pride March brings together around 1,300 people in Nîmes

A peaceful and joyful procession this Saturday for the Pride March. FREE MIDI – MiKAEL ANISSET

In a festive atmosphere, the Pride March brings together around 1,300 people in Nîmes

A peaceful and joyful procession this Saturday for the Pride March. FREE MIDI – MiKAEL ANISSET

In a festive atmosphere, the Pride March brings together around 1,300 people in Nîmes

A peaceful and joyful procession this Saturday for the Pride March. FREE MIDI – MiKAEL ANISSET

In a festive atmosphere, the Pride March brings together around 1,300 people in Nîmes

A peaceful and joyful procession this Saturday for the Pride March. FREE MIDI – MiKAEL ANISSET

In a festive atmosphere, the Pride March brings together around 1,300 people in Nîmes

A peaceful and joyful procession this Saturday for the Pride March. FREE MIDI – MiKAEL ANISSET

This Saturday, June 29, the LGBTQI+ community marched to demand more rights and denounce discrimination and violence against sexual and gender minorities.

They came from the four corners of Gard, neighboring departments and more generally from all over the great South, this Saturday, June 29, to Nîmes, to participate to the annual mobilization, essential.

From 4 p.m., around 1,200 people, families, and more generally friends, demonstrated on the boulevards (Courbet, Gambetta and Victor-Hugo), to simply demand the right to be different, or even the right to be different. rsquo;equality in law.

Regression of freedoms

Despite the threat of the storm, at the foot of the four tanks distributed within a dense procession, suffice it to say that they knew how to put it into action. atmosphere in the heart of the city. And for a good cause!

Between the catchy techno music, the cheeky and colorful outfits, the sensual choreographies of each other and – especially – all these smiles, nothing, except the shocking punchlines on their signs, will have let their concerns shine through.

Thanks to music, dance, and more generally partying, these lesbians, gays, bisexuals, transgenders, queers and even transsexuals, have been able to raise awareness. with finesse and intelligence the opinion, on the regression of their freedoms, or the explosion of discrimination and violence of which the members of their communities are increasingly the target in France. On the eve of an election that they judge, on these questions too, to be particularly decisive.

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