As part of the efforts to mark International Day Against Homophobia Wednesday, the Museo Nacional de las Culturas offered a fantastical tour of the history of drag queens from cultures around the world, including Rome, Greece and Japan.
May 17 celebrates the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia, which aims to raise awareness for LGBTQ rights.
The fifth edition of Vallarta Pride Festival is coming up soon! On the days from May 21 to 28, 2017, this celebration takes place, which is not only fiesta and music, but it is also the time of the year that fosters a positive attitude against discrimination and violence, and promotes self-affirmation, dignity, equality of rights, while building community and celebrating diversity.
Vallarta Pride is now a 8 day annual event that pays tribute to the LGBT community with arts and cultural events, concerts, films, beach parties and a lot of fun to show the world the fabulous diversity of our destination.