The Streets of Paris Were Flooded With Color and Song During This Weekend’s Pride Parade

On Saturday afternoon, hundreds of thousands from the queer community in Paris (and beyond) braved the gray, damp weather for the annual Marche des Fiertés LGBTQ, stretching this year from the Station Michel Bizot in the 12th arrondissement to the Place de la République, a little over three miles away. 

The Britain-born, now largely Brussels-based photographer Anne-Sophie Guillet was on hand to capture the joyous scene, which saw marchers brandishing banners and rainbow flags fill the avenue Daumesnil and boulevards Beaumarchais and du Temple, occasionally breaking into song and dance. Have a look through Guillet’s pictures from the day below. 

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