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June is Pride month in most countries around the world, including Switzerland, and although it is now behind us the misinformation and challenges continue. Pride month in Switzerland is generally known for the large and colourful parade held by the LGBTQIA+ community in Zürich every year. This year, over the weekend of 17-18 June, the Zürich Pride Festival was held, culminating with a parade on Saturday afternoon, through downtown Zurich, with almost 90 participating organisations and associations and 40,000 participants. It is the biggest and most successful queer parade in Switzerland and marked a return to publicly highlighting the need for tolerance, inclusivity and acceptance. Although the parade is successful in this endeavour, the recognition and success of Pride month needs

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