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London Pride 2015


On Saturday, Charles and I headed down to London to watch the annual Pride parade.  We managed to get a front row spot on Oxford Street so we had a great view of the day’s events, and to top it off the weather was beautiful and sunny.  This year Pride came one day after same-sex marriage was made legal in all 50 US states, which made the day feel extra special.  The atmosphere was so positive and happy, and everyone looked like they were having a fantastic time celebrating.  By the end of the afternoon I was covered in confetti and stickers, and had a huge smile on my face.

One of the highlights of the day for me was seeing LGSM (Lesbians and Gays Support the Miners) leading one of the parade sections.  The film Pride, which tells the story of how and why LGSM was formed, is one of my favourite films, so it was fantastic to see the group out in force, over thirty years later, especially considering the similarity between our current political climate, and that of the 1980’s.

Unfortunately I didn’t get many photos, and they’re not the best quality as I was using my phone, but here are a few of my favourites from the day.

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We also went to see the Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty exhibition at the V&A, which was an amazing and overwhelming experience.  I’m hoping to go again during July, and I also plan on reviewing the exhibition, so check back soon for that.

Did you go to Pride this year?

Naomi x

Leicester Pride


At the weekend my fiancé and I decided to go into town to watch the Leicester Pride parade, before heading to the local park where the parade ended, to join in with the Pride celebrations.  Neither my fiancé or I are LGBT, but we both strongly advocate the equality and diversity that Pride encourages, and we wanted to show our support for the LGBT community.  The whole event had a really peaceful, friendly atmosphere, and it was nice to spend some time in a relaxed, happy space which is inclusive of everybody.  There was music, dancing, entertainment, food and lots of fun, and I’ll definitely be going again next year.  Here are a few photographs I took of the parade as it passed through town, and one of my aptly decorated rainbow nails!







Will you be attending your local Pride event this year?

Naomi x

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