More than 150,000 people participated in Buenos Aires' 22nd annual Gay Pride Parade and celebrations on Saturday. Many spectators held signs supporting Pope Francis, who opposed the country's marriage-equality law as the city's archbishop, but has since taken a more moderate tone following his election to the papacy. The parade, the largest LGBT demonstration in Argentina, began with a group kiss and ended with fireworks in the Plaza de Mayo square.

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