Over 250,000 people are expected to attend this extravaganza in Tel Aviv. The Tel Aviv pride parade is one of the world’s best. Rest assured that there will be no such parade in Ramallah, Hebron or Gaza City, since being an LGBT individual in cities administered by the Palestinian Authority or Hamas will get you beaten or even killed.
In Israel, LGBT individuals receive full civil rights and are even members of the government. Sadly, America’s LGBT leaders have chosen to be relentless enemies of Israel, at the behest of the LGBT-hating Palestinians. Unbelievably stupid people. Shame on America’s LGBT leaders for their blatant anti-Semitism. History will not be kind to the Jew-hating Left.
Your Tel Aviv Pride guide 2019
By: Jewish News, Bright Grant, June 10th, 2019:
Now in its 21st year, the 2019 parade is being held on Friday 14 June, although Pride Week stretches from Sunday 9 June to Saturday 15 June.
With 250,000 visitors expected, it once again represents a chance for Jews young and old to shed their straight-laced heterosexual gender-as-per-birth shackles and let their inner queen romp riotously, if only for a day. As for those whose straight-laced heterosexual gender-as-per-birth shackles were shed a while back, well, it’s just party time!
Check out the highlights from 2018
The parade is due to start at 10 am and will include a large fair with music, drag shows, speeches, specially designed floats, marching groups. Departing from Ben Zion Boulevard/ Melchett Street, the parade route winds its way along the beautiful streets of Tel Aviv towards the city’s Charles Clore beach, where the famous beach party will be held from 2.30 pm.
Participants will need their dancing flip-flops, as they drift through a wealth of artists, DJs and food-sellers. It’s the perfect place for people to meet, including liaisons pre-arranged through the city’s gay dating app, Atraf. For LGBT+ visitors, there are some ‘must’ places to go, things to do and people to be seen with. The prized TLV19 bracelet, purchased through the Atraf website, will get you into the best parties.
7 must-visit LGBT destinations in Tel Aviv, Israel21c, Naama Barak, June 5, 2019:
From beaches and cafés to bars and clubs, the Middle East’s LGBT capital has great, inclusive spots to enjoy.
Tel Aviv is undoubtedly the Middle East’s LGBT capital. An oasis of acceptance and open-mindedness, it’s home to many members of Israel’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities. It also boasts a wide array of gay-friendly bars, cafés, cultural events and even beaches, making it a great destination for absolutely everyone.
Visitors of all orientations, genders and preferences are welcome anywhere, anytime in Tel Aviv. Here are our top picks for the city’s most inclusive and fun destinations.
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