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The rainbow flag is a popular symbol of pride in Mexico City, just like in the United States and around the world.

The cowboy strippers of the infamous gay bar El Vaquero are a popular component of the Pride Parade, which travels along the elegant, tree-lined Paseo de la Reforma and ends in the massive Zocalo Main Square of the Centro Historico.

Come spread your wings on Gay Pride Day in Mexico City, like this colorful Pride Butterfly.

Opposites Attract! A flamboyant drag queen hangs on to her Latin beefcake during the procession down the streets of the Historic Centro of downtown Mexico City.

A giant teddy bear in the Gay Pride Parade represents the Bears Group of Mexico City. The Bears Group is a big organization in Mexico City's gay community and they host one of the best parties during Gay Pride Week.

Rainbow flags and multi-colored balloons are everywhere during the annual Mexico City Gay Pride event. For at least one weekend a year, much of Mexico City -- the largest city in the world -- is definitely somewhere over the rainbow.
Here a Pride Parade unit combines the rainbow colors with another popular symbol of Mexico City, the VW Bug. The VW Bug is still very popular in Mexico City, especially for cab drivers.

After the parade, everyone gathers in the massive Zocalo Main Square in the middle of downtown Mexico City for music, speeches, dancing and socializing. Come join the fun! You'll be so-o-o-o-o glad you did!

 

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For more information about how to participate in the Mexico City Gay Pride event, contact A BETTER WAY TRAVEL at email ABETTERWAYCO@aol.com or by calling ( toll-free in the USA only ) 800-236-7713.