“For me Pride, first of all, is an expression of freedom. Solidarity and being together, regardless of orientation.
People come in many different colors. Pride should be held so that homophobic people can see and we call on everyone to respect each other’s personal freedom.
It is important for society to accept us, because diverse and different people create a healthy environment where everyone can live together. The absence of this pushes those who are different to seek happiness elsewhere, in another country. This is not just a matter of orientation – in general, we are talking about the acceptance of novelty. If this is scarce, then we are where we are, unfortunately…
Queers, we are strong together and if we have many friends and allies who are proud of us and show solidarity with us – we will be the most proud and strong. ”