Summary: The streets of the Israeli city of Tel Aviv have been flooded with thousands of people from celebrating the Gay Pride Parade The streets of the Israeli city of Tel Aviv have been flooded with thousands of people from the gay and lesbian community celebrating the annual Gay Pride Parade.
What does GPP stand for?
GPP stands for Gay Pride Parade
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Officials in Brazil say nearly 700,000 people took part in Rio de Janeiro's annual Gay Pride Parade at Copacabana beach on Sunday, the AFP reported.
Prague will next month host its first-ever Gay Pride parade told AFP, a pride parade was spoiled by right-wing extremists threw eggs and fireworks, another member of the organising committee.
Rip gay pride parade attacked Marchers in the Latvian capital, where the official parade was banned.
Grobeson returned to the force but ended up filing a discrimination lawsuit two years later claiming he was disciplined for not asking to wear his uniform at a gay pride parade and for appearing in an magazine ad recruiting gays and lesbians to the LAPD.
It's one thing for soldiers to march in a gay pride parade because they can, which is the case in the UK and all of western Europe.
The London Gay Pride Parade - Britain's biggest gay and lesbian festival - takes place on July 2.
Speaking to the faithful gathered in St Peter's Square, the pontiff condemned the gay pride parade in the name of the church and reminded his listeners of the teachings of the church: "Homosexual acts are against nature's laws," he said.