By Advocate.com Editors
Originally published on Advocate.com June 10 2014 5:00 AM ET
Friends are feeling the love at the annual Pride parade in Rome, held Saturday.
The confetti flies during a Pride parade in Rome.
Roman Pride in the shadow of the Colosseum.
Just another oiled-up angel at Pride in Rome.
A man wearing a papal hat with the slogan "Love for All" in French takes part in the annual Pride parade in Rome.
Mayor of Rome Ignazio Marino (center) takes part in the annual parade.
Spreading the love at Pride in Rome.
Taking a gander at the amazing sights in Rome.
LGBT revelers get set for the Pride parade Saturday in Seoul.
Antigay religious activists protest before Seoul's Pride parade. LGBT advocates marched in Seoul in defiance of a local government decision to cancel the parade; the city revoked an earlier permit for the Korea Queer Festival, saying the country remained in a state of mourning following the April ferry disaster. The cancellation came after conservative Christian churches lodged a protest with local administrators over the festival. A majority of South Koreans say homosexuality should not be accepted by society, according to a poll last year. But the level of awareness, especially among young people, has risen significantly in recent years, following public comings-out and mainstream media coverage.
Pride in Seoul.
An antigay activist is carried away by police after he tried to stop the parade in Seoul.
People march during the Pride parade Saturday in Guadalajara, Mexico.
Cowboys take part in the parade in Guadalajara.
A gay couple kisses during the Pride parade Saturday in the Croatian city of Split. Some 200 people walked without incident in the conservative town.
Police officers escort Pride participants in Split, Croatia. A few hundred policemen fully equipped in antiriot gear surrounded the participants as they left a downtown park and walked to the famous promenade Splitska Riva and city center.
Pride parade participants in Bucharest, Romania, hold hands while waving the rainbow flag Saturday.
Members of the Romanian far-right organization Noua Dreapta (The New Right) protest against the Pride parade Saturday in Bucharest, Romania.