LGBTI Pride March in Argentina

Argentina held it 26th annual LGBTI parade with a march to congress.

The LGBTI community in Argentina was joined by its supporters at the 26th Pride March from the Plaza de Mayo to congress in the capital city of Buenos Aires, to defend gains and rights won in by the community.


With colorful dances, songs and flags the community asked for respect for their rights in the country.Photo:Undersecretary of Human Rights and Cultural Pluralism of Buenos Aires
"Enough of institutional violence. Pride to defend the rights won," were some of the slogans.
“Enough of institutional violence. Pride to defend the rights won,” were some of the slogans.Photo:Undersecretary of Human Rights and Cultural Pluralism of Buenos Aires
Organizations had information booths to promote the cause.
Organizations had information booths to promote the cause.Photo:Undersecretary of Human Rights and Cultural Pluralism of Buenos Aires
More than 40 organizations mobilized to congress during the march.
More than 40 organizations mobilized to congress during the march.Photo:Undersecretary of Human Rights and Cultural Pluralism of Buenos Aires
The traditional event has been held every year since 1992 and crosses the center of the city.
The traditional event has been held every year since 1992 and crosses the center of the city.Photo:Undersecretary of Human Rights and Cultural Pluralism of Buenos Aires
Members of the community joined the annual march.
Members of the community joined the annual march.Photo:Undersecretary of Human Rights and Cultural Pluralism of Buenos Aires
The march began in thefamous Plaza de Mayo in Buenos Aires.
The march began in thefamous Plaza de Mayo in Buenos Aires.Photo:Undersecretary of Human Rights and Cultural Pluralism of Buenos Aires
Protesters shouted, "Enough femicides against transvestites, transgenders and transsexuals."
Protesters shouted, “Enough femicides against transvestites, transgenders and transsexuals.”Photo:Undersecretary of Human Rights and Cultural Pluralism of Buenos Aires
Performers and singers were also part of the event.
Performers and singers were also part of the event.Photo:Undersecretary of Human Rights and Cultural Pluralism of Buenos Aires
Community leaders and known figures of the LGBTI movement headed the march.
Community leaders and known figures of the LGBTI movement headed the march.Photo:EFE
The crowd marched to congress.
The crowd marched to congress.Photo:EFE
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