Celebration, diversity, activism, a demonstration — whatever it means to you, Pride in London is back and set to be the biggest yet. Lesbian, trans, genderqueer or otherwise; wherever you identify, Pride in London is about the people, for the people.
Hundreds of thousands of revellers transform London into a rainbow of colour to mark 50 years since the Stonewall uprising changed the face of gay rights with huge parade.
People joined the pride in London, marching, dancing and laughing to campaign for the freedoms that will allow them to live their lives on a genuinely equal footing.
Groups have honoured five decades of activism, protests and victories, with those behind this year's march saying it is an opportunity for people to stand up against bigotry and hatred in all its forms.
Organisers predicted as many as 1.5 million people were set to turn out for the event, with a staggering 600 groups marching through the capital's streets for the annual burst of colour, music and dance.