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Taiwan Pride 2019 is just around the corner.

The main event on October 26 is a march through the XEa8ftzkiOPspy3Im(f5WS_u+ltF9U36*mvrlWsOS&Zzt3=wgvstreets of Taipei, set to attract hundreds of thousands of LGBTI Taiwanese and their 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 cD8s%YeuN*BPXF3V4KH)xTZOax4DG+GbZh1QfiFj1j^VmSKHELRity and throughout the month.

We’ve compiled a guide of what’s going on here. But, if you need more inspiration, these lesbian Instragrammers are sure to be keeping you updated on where6Gs(wb-cn!4NZiaoz$V8-dm*[email protected]*gjYz0$1+j(iry’s hot during Pride.

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