Pride 2016: 'It’s Important To Get Out, Be Seen, Be Heard And Show We’re Not Afraid'
We took to the streets of Dublin to ask people what Pride means to them
Pride is taking over the streets of Dublin right now in the most wonderful way possible.
The people, the atmosphere, the colours and vibes – it just doesn't get better than this.
So we went out to speak to some of those taking part, to ask what Pride means to them.
'It’s a day to celebrate being different and what it means to be different. It’s my first Pride being out and the atmosphere is amazing.'
Vita and Anna
'It’s our first Pride so it’s an emotional day but we’re not getting as many weird looks as I thought we would get.'
Grainne, Emily, Katie and Conor
'Sure, it’s all just a bitta fun. We love it.'
Leah and Rachel
'After Orlando I feel it’s important to still get out, be seen, be heard and show we’re not afraid.'
'We just came over from London for the day and were delighted to find Dublin even had Pride. We’re glad to see Ireland embraces us all.'
Carianne and Rupert