CNN anchor Don Lemon teased the piece: The exhibition is anchored by images from photojournalists Kay Tobin Lahusen and Diana Davies taken during the s and '70s, which are deemed "among the great queer treasures of the New York Public Library" in the accompanying catalog. Guest Selection Given the contentiousness of the same-sex marriage debate, a news network would be expected to represent both sides in stories covering the issue. This June will be a month of celebration in New York, as the city ushers in the sixth edition of WorldPride. Be sure to visit the sprawling Prague Castle in the morning hours before the throngs descend. The New-York Historical Society is commemorating Stonewall with not one, but two exhibitions filled with books, photos, posters, garments and more.
Or take a gay city tour with stops at the Vienna Opera, the Imperial Palace, Providentia Fountain, Neuer Markt and the Park of Belvedere Palace —the summer residence of one of the most prominent gay people in Austrian history:
The next day, Don Lemon congratulated a gay couple on the success of the gay marriage bill in New York: I've been getting a lot of tweets about this to suggest that somehow history is being displaced as a result of it. The organizers say that Taipei's Pride has evolved, over the years, "from a political rally to a celebration of gay culture, making it fun for everyone. Look back at Taylor Swift's most influential moments
Pride beyond parades: