Celebrate Pride Worldwide with ROMEO Cityscapes
To help you celebrate pride worldwide, we’ve created a collection of ROMEO Pride Cityscapes for popular gay capitals. We’ve got two new ROMEO Pride Cityscapes to add to your glitter and rainbow iconography this week, Amsterdam and Stockholm. And we decided to release Antwerp now to give you time to appreciate and share its beauty. Who knows what city might be next? So, stay tuned to this page for updates and be sure to download and share as many Cityscapes as your social can handle! With love and good vibes to every Pride, check out our collection below.
Global Pride Tour
As Pride season continues, we plan to release more cityscapes. These beautiful images will be available on our Instagram, and Facebook, and we’ll keep adding them to this blog post, (just for good measure). You can review and enjoy all the previously released cityscapes below from Rio to Shanghai and a whole lot more.
Pride is just a huge party and has lost its political focus.
Previously Released Cityscapes
We’ve already released some cityscapes to celebrate, Berlin, Frankfurt, Luxembourg, Munich, Budapest, Madrid, London, Köln, Oslo, Paris, New Orleans, Tel Aviv, Shanghai, Rio, Toronto, Lisbon, Chicago, and San Francisco. Did you make it to any of these Prides, or do you live in any of these cities? Share our ROMEO Cityscapes on your Instagram and tag @planetromeo, on the picture, or #ROMEOPRIDE in your post. Join the party and show your support for the rainbow community with our gravity defying, beautifully mesmerising ROMEO Cityscapes.
Related: The Origins of Pride
My City Pride
If we don’t feature your city this year, drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, and tell us why we should include it next year; and your wish might be granted.
The First Pride – Stonewall
Pride began in New York almost 50 years ago when a group of queer people in a gay bar called Stonewall, decided to take a stand for what they believed in and fought back against police persecution of the LGBTQ+ community. Since then, Pride has grown into a globally celebrated expression of love, community, and tolerance. In some places, like London Pride and Madrid Pride, you’d be forgiven for thinking Pride is simply one big party, and in others, like Belgrade and Taiwan, it is still a poltical act of rebellion and resistance. The power of pride is in its potential to establish gay people as equal in countries that are not yet woke. At each major Pride, we as a global community are beating our drums and sending vibrations of love around the world; we’re here, we’re queer, get used it!
We’re teaming up with Amsterdam’s gay water polo team – Waterproof.
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