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Mexico City: Mexico City Pride
The Pride Parade in Mexico City dates back to 1978. Every year the parade gains popularity, reaching several thousand people and has its own special flavor, given by cowboys on beautiful horses, Tehuana dressed guys, handsome Latino guys, comedians, and lots of spontaneous supporters.
Parade starts at Independence Monument, drives along Reforma Ave., marching in front of Alameda Park with a stop at Juarez Monument and then entering Historic Downtown to gain Main Square for the closing festival.
Participants show their enthusiasm, imagination and artistic creativity in their outfits, body makeup, colors and letter signs, used to show their origin, identity, adding their particular hue to the colors of the rainbow flag. Mexico City Pride is always an opportunity to socialize, make friends, and laugh at our human condition.
Every year is celebrated the last weekend of June.
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