Resist Together

The 2019 Annual Metro Manila Pride March and Festival

29 JuneMarikina Sports Center, Marikina City Pride is community. Pride is rooted in protest. It means "fight back." Pride is solidarity in action. With the strength of all our colors—different but united in a common goal—we #ResistTogether. ✊?













Pride Speaks

Educational discussions spaces during the March and Festival Season. #PrideSpeaks

What does resisting together look like? (May 25)
A discussion group on what actions we can take regarding the SOGIE Equality Bill, Marriage Equality, and moving and resisting with the masses. With speakers from Rainbow Rights Philippines and Bahaghari Metro Manila.

How can we be better allies to the LGBTQIA+ urban poor? (June 15)
A discussion group and immersion with the GALANG community on why our activism needs to be inclusive of urban poor LGBTQIA+ people, how we can do this, and what role Pride plays in the intersections of sexuality and poverty. Held in partnership with GALANG Philippines and their people’s organizations.

How did Pride resistance in the Philippines Start? (June 22)
A round table discussion on the different LGBTQIA+-led demonstration in our local history that has shaped the Pride March and Festival to what it is today. Held in partnership with the Commission on Human Rights.

MF Community Events

Various events that led up to the 2019 Pride March and Festival.

A wideshot of attendees for the final Community Meeting for the 2019 Pride March and Festival

Community Meetings (June 1 and June 22)
Planning workshops and updates on the Pride March and Festival.

Solo Marcher’s Potluck Picnic (June 1)
A meet up for individual marchers and updates on details for the 2019 March and Festival.

Queer Arts Festival

A showcase of LGBTQIA+ talent in the arts.

HIMAGSINING: A Celebration of Revolutionary Queer Art (March 30)

HIMAGSINING, presented by Metro Manila Pride in association with Cinematheque Centre Manila, is a one-day pop-up festival for contemporary LGBTQIA+ artists who use art as a form of protest.

From stickers to komiks, haikus to one act plays, and songs to chants, HIMAGSINING aims to explore what art looks like when informed by the advocacies of LGBTQIA+ artists and how this art impacts our lives.


Support Pride

Metro Manila Pride is 100% volunteer-run. Your support helps our organization run programs committed to helping the Filipino LGBTQIA+. Support us by donating to the organization or signing up to volunteer to make things happen.