The LGBT community has their own important dates that have been included in their history.

Worldwide LGBT Events

There are many LGBT events that marked the history of this community all over the world, but there are events that are celebrated together worldwide.

Gay Games – started in 1982, and celebrated every 4 years.

International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia, and Biphobia – happens every May 17th of the year, since 2005.

International Family Equality Day – occurs every first Sunday of May, starting 2012.

International Transgender Day of Visibility – happens every 31st day of March, from 2009.

National Coming Out Day – this is celebrated yearly in October 1 from 1988.

Transgender Awareness Week–this event occurs every second week of November, since 2000.

Transgender Day of Remembrance – happens every 20th of November since 1999.

World OutGames – since 2006, this occurs every four years

WorldPride – starting from 2000, the event occurs every six years, then every two years, then every three years.

Additional LGBT awareness times

Ally Week – second week of October,2005

Asexual Awareness Week – Lasts week of October 2011

Celebrate Bisexuality Day – September 23, 1999

Bisexual Awareness Week – Week surrounding September 23,2014

Day of Silence – April, 1996

Harvey Milk Day – May 22, 2010

Holocaust Remembrance Day – January 27, 1953

Human Rights Day – December 10

International Stand Up to Bullying Day – November’s third Friday and Last Friday of February

Intersex Awareness Day – October 26, 1996

Intersex Day of Remembrance (Intersex Solidarity Day) – November 8

Irish marriage Referendum – May 22, 2015

Lesbian Visibility Day – April 26, 2008

LGBT History Month (USA) – October, 1994

LGBT History Month (UK) – February, 2005

LGBT Pride Month – June

Pulse Night of Remembrance – June 12

Spirit Day – October 19, 2010

Stonewall Riots Anniversary – June 28

Trans Parent Day – First Sunday in November, 2009

World AIDS Day – December 1, 1988

Zero Discrimination Day – March 1, 2014