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Rhody Pride: Events to celebrate Pride around the Ocean State

It’s LGBTQ+ Pride Month, and from a new Pride Center to Pride parades, there are events to celebrate and connect, all over the Ocean State.


In Florida, it’s out of the streets and into the (metaphorical) closets

Under a cloud of anti-LGBTQ+ laws, some Pride celebrations have been scaled back or canceled — which is what Ron DeSantis wants.

Boston streets are vibrant with the colors of Pride as parade returns after 3-year hiatus

Boylston Street was a patchwork of pink, lavender, and rainbow patterns on Saturday morning as thousands of fancifully attired marchers lined the blocks leading to Copley Square in preparation for Boston’s first LGBTQ+ Pride parade since 2019.

Your guide to Saturday’s Boston Pride parade

Boston’s first Pride parade since 2019 will take place Saturday, June 10, at 11 a.m. Here is all you need to know about the route, parking, MBTA options, street closures, and more.

Biden decries rash of ‘cruel’ state laws targeting rights of LGBTQ+ individuals

President Biden forcefully pushed back Thursday against a rash of "cruel" state laws curtailing the rights of LGBTQ+ individuals, including transgender youths, saying the measures are being adopted by "prejudiced people" and pledging that his administration will stand up for those being targeted.


Best things to do in Rhode Island this week: June 9-16

This week: the Newport Pride Center opens its doors, a Billy Joel tribute in Providence, sea glass festival, PVD Porchfest, and more.

Biden unveils LGBTQ+ proposals, but postpones White House Pride Month event due to poor air quality

The Biden administration announced initiatives designed to protect LGBTQ+ communities from attack, help young people with mental health issues and homelessness, and counter book bans, though the effects may be limited.

Boston’s LGBTQ+ Pride parade returns after 3-year hiatus with new organizers, inclusive mission

Organizers say the parade has brought roughly 1 million visitors to Boston in the past and they expect a similar turnout this year.