The streets of Warsaw were once again deluged with a sea of rainbow flags.
The largest gay pride parade in central Europe returned on Saturday, for the first time in two years, after it was canceled amid the pandemic last year.
Although smaller than the one in 2019 due to some restrictions, thousands of people marched in the Equality Parade, fighting for their rights.
"We have 12 demands, the very same demands since the very beginning, 20 years ago, and none of them have been fulfilled. And the demands are not only about the LGBTQ+ community."
The parade took place days after Hungary's parliament passed a law banning the disclosure of materials with LGBT content to those under the age of 18.