Pride events across the globe for 2020 have needed re-planning and movement to online, and Sydney's is no different.
"This year we will be putting the focus on how we have changed through the COVID Pandemic and emphasise that our online community has now become more important than ever," Glenn Hansen from Sydney's Stonewall and 'Love Stream' convenor says.
During a time when we can't be together in person, Glenn says 'Love Stream' aims to "integrate our community together online". The event has a grassroots past, and is a time to acknowledge the history and raise awareness and education of LGBTQIA+ charities.
Sydney Pride also aims to reach out and help those struggling with sexual identity, bullying, drugs, or just feeling the pressures of life in general.
It's a not-for-profit event supporting a wide range of LGBTQIA+ charities, organisations and businesses.
Head to the Sydney Pride website for information on the month's events.
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