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2,000 march in Edinburgh

By |2017-10-31T14:58:55-04:00October 31st, 2017|News|

About 2,000 people marched in the gay pride parade in Edinburgh, Scotland, June 23.
It rained, but cleared up for the post-parade festival at Pilrig Park in Leith.
“We had a real ale bar, entertainment, a health and community fair, sporting activities and a ‘petting zoo’ organized by LGBT Youth Scotland,” said spokesman John Hein. “A nice day out which wasn’t helped by the weather — but it all came right in the end and everybody seemed to enjoy themselves.”
There were gay pride celebrations in scores of other cities around the globe in June, some attracting hundreds of thousands of participants.

– Reported by Rex Wockner

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