San Francisco held its annual Gay Pride Parade on Sunday, with thousands joining in to watch dozens of floats parade through the city centre.
Around 300 groups, 50,000 participants and dozens of floats marched across Market and Beale Streets, in celebration of the city's historic tradition of LGBT-rights activism and on the year which marks the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots in New York... Еще City.
«We are parents of a gay son and we are marching and I think I think it's like our twenty-seventh parade, we were in New York for the 25th anniversary of Stonewall. We are here to support our son, his spouse, of all of our gay friends and neighbours and family members», said a marcher.
Governor of California Gavin Newsom was also seen taking photographs with people attending the event.
Google's float was the last one to appear, due to a recent controversy involving the tech giant's employees who asked the organisers to ban the company from the event, in protest for its policies towards LGBT harassment online.
Google is one of the many tech firms to sponsor floats during the city's Pride for LGBT employees.