MANILA, Philippines – The Filipino lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community reiterated their call for openness and acceptance as they took to the streets for the 22nd celebration of Manila Pride March.
With the theme “Let Love In,” the pride march is the culmination of the groups’ love campaign, which began in 2014 with the theme “Come Out For Love kasi Pag-ibig Pa Rin.” (READ: Will you support the Metro Manila Pride 2016?)
Members of the LGBT community gathered at Luneta to call for an end to discrimination, holding placards with slogans like “Love knows no religion” and “Stop hate speech.”
Check out some of the highlights from the event.
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