Digital Pride is Happening Until Sunday

Digital Pride has started
 and the line-up is superb.

Created in 2016, Digital Pride is an online LGBTI event designed to make Pride accessible to everyone – even in places where it isn’t easy or safe to do so publically.  Whether you live in London, Tehran, Washington D.C or Abuja, this is a celebration of Pride meant for anyone, wherever you live in the world.

Expect much of what made 2016’s Digital Pride such a success: discussions, live performances, music, culture and more.

You can visit YouTube, too, and watch the 2017 trailer.

There’s definitely something for everyone, and we’re particularly looking forward to catching:

Are Unrealistic Ideals of Beauty Killing the LGBTI Community?  Which looks at unrealistic beauty ideals 
(12 pm on Thursday). 

And Personal Story: Patchwork – Darcy and Rosa.  This follows the unique story of a transgender couple from how they met for the first time to being a happy couple thirteen years later (5 pm on Saturday)

These really are just the tip of the iceberg, however.  Digital Pride has an impressive range of online events catering to the entire community. Some funny, some thought-provoking, and all worth watching.

You'll find all the day-to-day listings on the Digital Pride website where there's plenty to keep you occupied. 

Anything in particular that you think we should keep an eye out for?  Let us know on our Twitter or Facebook pages, and we’ll keep an eye out, too. 

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