By Diego Recinos
Amid an atmosphere of celebration and joy, the LGBTI community in Sweden marched through the main streets of Stockholm to celebrate Pride Day and to demand rights are met for community members.
floats, music, costumes and a real party atmosphere turned the streets of the Swedish capital in an authentic multicultural carnival parade Pride Day of the LGBTI community in Sweden. Regardless heat, the distance or nationality, Thousands of people attended the Saturday afternoon the parade organized by the members of the community to celebrate diversity and fight for their rights.
Equality is not negotiable. It is clear to the audience, because they are aware of the strong progress that has been achieved in the rights issue towards the LGBTI community, in society the Nordic country. They are clear that they can not take a step back and have to ensure that laws can be applied with equity for the different state entities.
Tatiana Vega, Cultural Organization of the Bolivian Andes Force, In Sweden there are great advances. "It takes courage and organized. Here there are organizations that help you to feel hope and become stronger. We, as an organization we support the rights of all, either in their sexuality, and even their ethnicity ", express.
Although Swedish law provides certain rights to members of the community, there is still that they are applied, without distinction, for all, regardless of nationality, origin, religion and legal status or immigration. As expected the fight will not cease, despite the existing opening in society, They expressed the leaders of the LGBTI community.