PHOTOS: Pride in Tel Aviv

By Advocate.com Editors

Originally published on Advocate.com June 15 2014 4:00 AM ET

More than 100,000 people took part in the Gay Pride Parade Friday in Tel Aviv, one of the largest Pride Parades in the world, which culminated in a huge beach party in Charles Clore Park. The streets were jammed and traffic came to a standstill in the second most populous city in Israel.

It's important to mind your balance on a moving parade float.

Russian tourists enjoy the sun, the sand, and each other.

A Priscilla, Queen of the Desert homage.

Swedish tourists celebrate with flags and sunblock.

Please send us your captions for this photo. We got nothing.

All smiles in Tel Aviv.

Drag queens and go-go boys are required.

Feathers and finery must come out — we don't care how hot it is.

The massive crowd caused gridlock all over the city.

Some tattoos.

Many more tattoos.

Somebody turn a hose on the Russian tourists — they're out of control!

After a long parade in the sun, it all winds up at the beach. Time to relax.

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