Where to celebrate Gay Pride 2019 in Germanywellbeing news / By equilibre 2019 marks 50 years since the Stonewall uprising when homophobic police attacks at the Stonewall Inn in Greenwich, Manhattan, spurred disputes over the persistent discrimination of homosexuals in the United States. The protests, opposed to significant socio-cultural and political transformations in the form of civil rights and anti-cultural movements of the 1960s, gathered momentum and cultured the formation of the International Gay Rights Movement, now known as Gay Pride. 50 years after this turnaround, Pride events are pursuing global protests as well as celebrations. Celebrations of pride in Germany are commonly referred to as Christopher Street or CSD, in a memorial to the street where Stonewall Inn stood. For certain German cities, in 2019 it marks 40 years since their first celebration. On June 30, 1979, the Genoese Freedom Day was held on June 30, 1979 in Berlin and Cologne. Pride is a celebratory occasion. However, the always important fight and message behind the event should not be forgotten. While Germany considers broadband and same-sex marriage legalized in 2017, attacks on open gay people in Germany have risen by one-third of 2018. Moreover, even though there was a call for banning, gay conversion therapy remains legal in Germany. As such, the Pride in Germany will focus on political protest as well as at the ceremony. Cologne, July 22nd and July 7th Reveal the glory in front of the famous cathedral in Cologne. Photo: DPA. Cologne is often hit by the headlines of its popular Pride of Pride, with 1.2 million fans appearing in 2018. This year's CSD is 50 years of pride – many, together, powerful! & # 39; and many people this year will be in Cologne to support and celebrate the LGBTQ + community in the same Gay Capital & # 39; Germany. With a dynamic range of events, from talks on topics such as going to the office, talks with contemporary witnesses from the Stonewall uprising, as well as numerous film projections and music performances, the CSD in Cologne will surely be informative as it will be fun. The official opening of Cologne will take place on July 5th, although the two-week program of events began on June 22nd. Be sure to check out the pride of the pride in Cologne on Saturday, July 6, and then go to one of the many indoor fun activities in town. Munich, July 6 and 14 Although Bavaria is the most conservative in Germany Bundesland (state), state capital offers a well-rounded CDD celebration program. During the nine days the city will host more than 60 events to celebrate the LGBTQ + community. A Mayor-led protest that begins and ends at the Marienplatz street festival on July 13 will mark the peak of nine days. In the evening, celebrities will see the famous City Hall turned into a huge party. For this year's motto, the Munich CSD have chosen Stonewalla for 50 years – the glory of diversity! Fight for equality! Stuttgart, July 12 and 28 "Kulturtage(Cultural Days) in Stuttgart between July 12 and 28 make the most of Pride's proceedings with numerous political and social discussions with film projections, thematic evenings, cabaret and theatrical performances, city tours and religious services. The Pride of Pride in Stuttgart will surely be a gloriously glittering and thoughtful view of the competition for the best attendees. Participants will be evaluated on the basis of their political message, creativity and execution. Frankfurt, July 18 and 21 Frankfurt CSD offers a rich open-air and karaoke event program as well as an increasingly prominent Pride. The whole city will be in the colors of long colors for the CSD ceremony in 2019, as the city has now introduced a street decoration tram with the slogan "my body, my identity, my life" on the side. Berlin, July 19 – July 27 Wir widmen den 41.CSD Berlin (27 July 2019) Activist * innen der LSBTTIQ * -Geschichte. Audrey Lorde, Brenda Howard, Karl-Heinrich Ulrichs, Lili Elbe, and Marsha P. Johnson died at the Gesichter des 41. CSD Berlin. More on the website, Link in the biography. The Fünf ausgewählten Porträts stehen stellvertretend für die unzähligen Aktivist * from here, die mit ihrem Kampf um Selbstbestimmung die der dünden all over Lesben, Schwulen, Bisexuellen, Trans *, Inter * and anderer queerer Menschen (LSBTTIQ *). Vorstand Berliner CSD e.V. Open a Campaign that will be open at a time of lifetime, but will be active and active, and will be active and active *. Oke sie gäbe es sogar die bis heute errungenen Meilensteine wahrscheinlich noch gar nicht, sei es nun die Ehe für Alle oder das Dritte Geschlecht. ". Ideas and Ideas of the Motto-Kampagne Sowie der Relaunch der CSD Berlin The Web site is in the Zusammenarbeit mit @ movact.berlin. ,, #audrelorde #marshapjohnson #lilielbe #karlheinrichulrichs #brendahoward # csdberlin2019 #csdberlin #berlinpride The post shared by CSD Berlin PRIDE (@ csd.berlin.pride) is turned on May 13, 2019 at 1:36 PM PDT Berlin has long been the heart of the gay scene in Germany, and Pride's premier celebrations in the capital certainly reflect the number of CSD participants who hit 500,000 a year. Focusing on the main Berlin gulf of Schöneberg, numerous entertainment and activities will take place around the Nollendorfplatz between July 19 and 21. The celebrations culminate on July 27th at the beginning of the 12 pm from the Kurfürstendamm / Joachimshaler Straße and end at the Brandenburg Gate. The Berlin CSD parade is an inevitable event. Instead of buoys, trucks and trucks, take a parade with anything from political parties to drunk on a boat. Even after the end of the parade, artists and bands on the main stage next to the Brandenburg Gate will continue to party in the night. This year's Berlin CSD celebrates five key people in LGBTQ + history to remind of the past and future struggle for the LGBTQ + community. With the defiant motto "every rebellion starts with your voice, Berlin's pride will surely be a loud event. Hamburg, July 27 – August 4 The Hamburg Pride Web site points out that its pride program is as diverse as the LGBTQ + community. This year, organizers of the event decided to point out the need to continue to fight for the LGBTQ + community expansion in Germany, with the motto of Hamburg CSD, which is essentially the same – for a better constitution (Grundsätzlich gleich – für eine bessere VerfassungThis slogan alludes to the lack of fundamental rights for the LGBTQ + community under Article 3 of the German Constitution. Although Article 3 explicitly protects against other forms of discrimination, such as racism, sexism and disability, there is no legal protection against LGBTQ + discrimination. The events in Hamburg begin on July 27, and the main demonstration and street festival will be held in early August. If you are proud of this year in Hamburg, do not forget to look at the relatively new temple house of pride, which is open all year long, where many events will take place.