Lesbian friend makes new lesbian friends

New York City is an LGBT-friendly metropolis, with LGBT activists and activists for the LGBT community coming together to make new lesbian friendships.

The city has long been a safe haven for LGBT individuals to meet and socialize, and has been praised for its tolerance.

New York State has been making strides in LGBT rights and equality in recent years, with New York becoming the second state in the country to legalize same-sex marriage.

This year, the city legalized same-gender marriage and introduced the city’s first ever gay pride parade, with a crowd of 100,000 people at Times Square.

It’s been a long road for LGBT New Yorkers, but now it looks like the city is finally starting to move in the right direction.

New Yorkers are making friends with other lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people, and they’re making new friends too.

The Times Square Lesbian Pride Parade is a new event that’s taking place in Times Square this year, but it’s not the first time New Yorkers have come together for LGBT Pride.

In 2015, the LGBT New York Coalition for a New York Tomorrow hosted a parade and dance party in Times Park.

And in June of this year a group of New Yorkers and allies gathered in TimesSquare for the first-ever LGBT Pride Festival in the city.

Now the Times Square LGBT Pride Parade has moved to Times Square, but the organizers of the event say the celebration is just one small part of an ongoing push for equality in New York.

“It’s just one piece of the larger picture, and we’ve just got to keep doing that,” said Kristen Nye, a transgender New Yorker and the executive director of the LGBT coalition.

“The biggest thing is we need to make sure that the next generation is able to come together to celebrate the gay, lesbian and transgender experience.

Times Square will host the parade, dance party, and LGBT pride festival this year. “

That’s why I think we’ve got to make these events really meaningful and not just a celebration of what we’re doing right now, but a celebration for our future.”

Times Square will host the parade, dance party, and LGBT pride festival this year.

The event is free and open to the public.

There’s a food truck, music, vendors, and more to keep people busy for the entire event.

The parade begins at 11 a.m. on Friday, July 1.

Participants can enter the parade through Times Square’s public restrooms and will be encouraged to dress in drag.

There will be a dance party on Saturday at noon, when the parade begins.

The Pride Festival also will include the LGBT-inclusive Pride Fest and the LGBT Pride Celebration.

In the Pride Fest, attendees can meet the new LGBT community and dance, eat, and enjoy food and drinks during the festivities.

This festival is free to attend.

In addition to the Pride Festival, Times Square is home to the Gay Pride Parade, which takes place every year from June through September.

Times Square also has the Gay & Lesbian Arts Festival, a parade, film festival, and an LGBT film festival.

TimesSquare is also home to PrideFest, a year-long celebration of LGBT culture.

Last year, over 10,000 Times Square visitors and supporters came together for a series of free events.

In 2019, the TimesSquare Pride Festival will continue to celebrate LGBT pride.

“Times Square is a very diverse place and the Pride event at TimesSquare will reflect that diversity,” said Nye.

“We’ll have a diverse crowd of people, including trans people and other people of color.

We’re going to celebrate diversity, not only in our diversity, but also in our inclusion of people who are different from us.”

The TimesSquare LGBT Pride Fest will be held July 4-8, 2019.

For more information, go to TimesSquarePride.com.

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