All photos - by Unzipped: Gay Armenia
Veteran gay rights campaigner Peter Tatchell and actor Sir Ian McKellen. Peter Tatchell marched carrying a poster ridiculing the Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. It featured a photo of Amhadinejad wearing blue eye shadow, red lipstick, a gold
earring and pink nail varnish. The placard was emblazoned with the words: "President of Iran. Murderer. Homophobe." Next to the President's tiny wagging finger was a mocking speech bubble with the words: "My penis is this big."
For the first time in history, LGBT representatives from all three armed forces - Navy, Army and Airforce, were out parading in their full dress uniforms. Metropolitan Police and Fire Brigade were out there too.
Older LGBT community
The presence of transgender community was particularly strong this year.
Amnesty International supporters staged 'Eurovision Pride Contest' at the London Gay Pride parade, awarding symbolic 'nul points' to countries with poor gay rights record.
A handful of protesters (Christian fundamentalists). Very sad people, indeed!
Rainbow flag over the St Martin-in-the-Fields church. What a sight, eh?!
Absolut vodka known for its gay-friendly ads, turned rainbow for the occasion, Soho, London.