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Costumes, flags, floats and other scenes from cities.

The summer brings with it gay pride parades in cities around the world. Below, scenes from Toronto to Lima:

People throw confetti from their windows during the Gay Pride parade in Toronto. Photo by  Mark Blinch/Reuters



Fernando Serna, 26, a transsexual who is also known as "Stephanie de la Vega," has her lipstick applied before delivering flyers for a gay pride parade in Medellin, Colombia. Photo by Albeiro Lopera/Reuters



A reveller takes part in an annual gay pride parade in San Jose. Hundreds of LGBT supporters marched on Sunday in support of gay rights. Photo by Juan Carlos Ulate/Reuters



Revellers wait in the back of a truck before taking part in the Gay Pride parade in Lima. Photo by Mariana Bazo/Reuters



Revellers wave rainbow flags in front of the national monument of the Divine Savior of El Salvador during a gay pride parade in San Salvador. Hundreds of LGBT rights activists participated in the annual parade. Photo by Ulises Rodriguez/Reuters

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