[IRMA shares this notice from the organizers of the first-ever Queer Pride in New Delhi, India. Our work as rectal microbicide advocates, after all, must be grounded in advancing the human rights we all share… to be who we are, wherever we are. Love to Delhi!]
Delhi Queer Pride ’08
This June, for the first time, Queer Pride celebrations will erupt on the streets of Delhi, alongside simultaneous marches in Kolkata and Bangalore!

Queer Pride is a celebration. It is about loving who we are, whether lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, hijra or straight, and affirming everyone’s right to be respected for their own sexual choices.This year, queer people, friends, and allies take this message to the streets!
5:30pm Regal Cinema, CP Sunday, June 29th

We’ll gather at Regal Cinema on the CP Outer Circle, then parade our pride along the Inner Circle, through Central Park, down Janpath and right to Jantar Mantar, where we will have celebrating, singing, speeches and a candlelight vigil.

**If you want to be out on the street and yet under cover, we will provide masks to cover your face, or bring something along yourself. Nevertheless, please remember this is a public event.**