It is really great to grow up in such a diverse city where pride and equality, something that Brighton have fought for long before I was born is celebrated by all. But the danger of this is that you don't always grasp how much of an issue it still is all around the world. This did not go unacknowledged at Pride.
|I am proud to be partly Iranian, but not always proud of the laws or the beliefs held by those in power.|
I haven't mentioned this before, but Joe is in the process of opening up a barbershop at the moment so we had things to do in the morning when the parade was on. We were completely unaware that things had been postponed due to a bomb scare.
We arrived and luckily bumped into a few friends, who we spent the rest of the day with jumping from seeing Tulisa on the main stage, to the Dance and Urban tents. The atmosphere was incredible and screaming my heart out to Human League just topped off the night!
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