The most inspiring pictures from NYC Pride 2015.

The most inspiring pictures from NYC Pride 2015.
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Pride was fantastic this year.

Every year, New York City comes together to celebrate and support the LGBT community. This year's celebrations were especially meaningful (if you don't know why, read a book!). People of all different backgrounds from all over the world took to the streets to relish in a long-deserved win for equality. As always, it was quite the spectacle

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Governor Cuomo officiated a marriage at the historic Stonewall Inn. (via Cuomo's Flickr)

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This lovely couple defied counter-protesters from JPAC. (via timothyapeacock)

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Orange is the New Black cast member Lea DeLaria had a blast. (via NYMag)

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This awesome preacher surveyed the glory from his stoop. (via NYMag)

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The East Coast Two-Spirit Society was absolutely beautiful. (Gothamist)
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The Gay Geeks of NY proudly marched. (via Gothamist)

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Grand Marshals Derek Jacobi, Kasha Nabagesera, and Ian McKellen. (via NYC Pride)

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McKellen and Jacobi took to the streets. (via The Guardian)

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A little bit of rain didn't stop the celebration. (via The Wall Street Journal)

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Mayor Bill de Blasio took to the streets with his family. (via NYMag)

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The NYC Gay Men's Chorus was in full synchronization. (via Gothamist)

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The Coast Guard came ashore to show support. (via Gothamist)

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The costumes were on point. (via Gothamist)

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Brave marchers challenged marriage laws of India and Pakistan. (via Buzzfeed)

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This awesome mom came out to support her trans son. (via Gothamist)

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The Boy Scouts of America made a brave statement. (via Gothamist)

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Those umbrellas sure came in handy. (via Gothamist)

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