Commons:Photo challenge/2014 - June - Wiki Loves Pride 2014
2014 - June - Wiki Loves Pride 2014Edit
The first new challenge of June is a collaboration with Wiki Loves Pride 2014 to help improve Wikipedia's coverage of LGBT-related content, namely "LGBT topics in politics and policy, medicine, topics in identity sexuality, and society, rights and attitudes, history, culture, and institutions". If you are unable to participate in an organized event such as those being held in Portland and Vancouver, consider taking photographs to illustrate LGBT culture and history where you live.
Ideally, each submission should contain a summary description of the subject in the file information, including the location of the subject, and relevant categories should be added to the files to enable other Commons users to find them and use them. Please take care not to violate copyright in respect of non-free creative works, and observe our educational project scope and the personality rights of identifiable people, or your files may be subject to deletion.
The challenge will remain open for submissions throughout June UTC.
Checklist for this theme:
- Photographs must be the work of the nominator.
- Photographs must be newly uploaded to Commons during the challenge submission period i.e. June 2014 (but may have been taken earlier).
- Submissions must be added to the bottom of the Entries section below.
- Category:Photo challenge/2014 - June - Wiki Loves Pride 2014 must be added to all submissions. -- HelenOnline 15:52, 31 May 2014 (UTC)
Stonewall Inn, historic landmark in US LGBT history
LGBT community centre, Tel Aviv-Yafo
Drag queen, Rome Gay Pride 2012
Anti-homophobia protester, L'amore spiazza (Pavia, 2010)
Demonstration in support of marriage equality in France, Paris, 2012
Same-sex wedding in California in 2008
LGBT parents at San Francisco Pride 2013
Los Dogos DAG, champions of 2007 Gay World Cup in Buenos Aires
Conchita Wurst, LGBT Eurovision Song Contest 2014 winner
Per-Kristian Foss, Norwegian LGBT politician
Rachel Maddow, American LGBT television host
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- Christopher Park, New York City (2014) 04.JPG
- Christopher Park, New York City (2014) 05.JPG