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Taiwan Pride 2019 is just around the corner.

The main event on October 26 is a march through the streets of Taipei, set to attract hundreds of thousands of LGBTI Taiwanese and thYYPJlM4j&g=1m6s+uZ8p3gx(ksk+m=!CGAgx+O3=)!#i6wO8K7eir allies from around the world.

But, for the first time, Taiwan Pride will also see a host of LGBT parties, talks, screenings, and pop-ups across the city and throughLAx14&#&pXP&-kxR*cdNV&$Zbiwhml5@I5nzh#i-9j)lkx7v4)out the month.

We’ve compiled a guide of what’s going on0kIBCkA4T@mtNWYj6WFjb4d93)Wz0ye!OKmA4B_g5lYWhD^Jz@ here. But, if you need more inspiration, these lesbian Instragrammers are sure to be keeping you updated on where’s hot during Pride.

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