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Planned parent-child relationship launches New York Pride March a few days after the reversal of the Roe v. Wade case

Abortion-rights group's planned parent-child relationship became central stageon Sunday's Pride March— US Supreme Court 2nd Later down Fifth Avenue to tee off the colorful cavalry Courtoverturned the Roe v. Wade case.

A New Yorker who spoke to The Post said he was happy to see the organization's pink banner and sign, along with the usual rainbow flag fares for the celebration of gay pride.

"I think our marriage rights are in the same unity," said Mike McGo, a gay 28-year-old teacher, watching the first New York Pride Parade in West Village, Manhattan. Wang said.

Supreme Court Judge Clarence Thomas — agrees to Friday's decision and overturns federal abortion rights — is also reexamined by the National Supreme CourtAnd asked for . Potentially revoke the decision that protects homosexual marriage and access to contraception.

Regarding the right to abortion, McGowan describes the Planned Parenthood march as follows:

"Currently leading the march in New York is a real indication of how important planned parent-child relationships are in states where women do not have access to abortion," he said. ..

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Members of Planned Parenthood invited to lead the 2022 NYC Pride parade march in response to the overturn of the landmark Roe v Wade abortion decision,
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Sunday's parade took place without problems or violence from anti-homosexual groups.

NYPD police officers line the parade route at almost every intersection, preventing spectators from entering the intersection or intersection.

Other pride participants who spoke to The Post will attend the event to support the LGBT community, even if the decision to overturn the Roe v. Wade case is not exactly the same. Said that he urged.

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"That's why I am One straight 39-year-old Carissa Doring said in her decision post to step into Manhattan for the first NYC Pride March from Williamsburg to Manhattan in Brooklyn.

Financial intern Katilin Farnan, 21, said he thought it was "really cool" to look in front of and in the center of the Pro Choice Group.

"Women don't always support the LGBTQ community, but they have always supported us," she said.

25-year-old heterosexual Jacob Sheldon said he attended a pro-choice protest on Friday and a pride festival on Sunday.

"Supporters have many crossovers," Sheldon said.