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A World of Men & Gods
Recalling the first years of Pride celebrations in the early 1970s, photographer Stanley Stellar remembers how all the energy was concentrated in a small area of Christopher Street in New York City’s West Village. At the time, it was the rare neighborhood where gay people could go and meet in public, and Pride parades operated at a neighborhood-level size too — a far cry from the estimated five million people who attended last July’s World Pride event in New York City, the largest LGBTQ celebration in history.
For the first time over 500 organisations across 91 countries will come together to stream events and performances to an expected audience of 70 million.
This truly unifying worldwide event will shine a spotlight on LGBTIQ community members from every continent. Almost all countries in Asia are included, as well as more than 40 contributions from Africa and a number of countries where LGBTIQ people face severe social and legal restrictions including Iraq, Azerbaijan, Turkey, Syria, Sudan, Iran, Palestine, Libya, Tunisia, Morocco and Jamaica. More than 20 Prides in India will feature, alongside Trans Pride Pakistan and Nemat Sadat from Afghanistan. The show will also feature a surprising contribution from Antarctica.
Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras will be curating two-and-a-half hours of footage from across Australia and the Pacific region beginning from 4:15PM (AEST) on Saturday. Expect a variety of performances, speeches and highlights from Pride festivals from across the region with featured performances from Courtney Act, Betty Who, G Flip, Olivia Newton-John and many more.