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And The Winner Of The GayCities #EqualityInColor Pride Photo Challenge Is…
Jul 17, 2013
This year, we teamed up with our friends at AT&T to present the 2013 GayCities #EqualityInColor Pride Photo Challenge. With over 500 submissions from Pride celebrations the world over, the competition was hotter than go-go boys on a Friday night.
You voted for your favorites. Then celebrity judges Dustin Lance Black, Mike Ruiz, and Austin Young faced a tough decision: which picture should win its owner the Grand Prize 7-day Cruise for 2 in the Greek Isles.
The winning photo, “Pride Parade NYC”, was submitted by Lou Peralta. The picture is a great example of how Pride comes in all shapes and sizes, ages, genders and even colors. And it serves as a welcome reminder that it is not only about celebrating our differences, but bringing people together as well… at the bar afterward!
Congratulations to Lou and everyone who helped created the greatest Pride slideshow around.