On Sunday 7 May, Rainbow Families NSW hosted its annual Family Pride Day at Marrickville Town Hall, marking the local celebration of International Family Equality Day, a world-wide celebration of LGBTIQA+ parenting. We know families come in all shapes and sizes. Events like Family Pride are an important way to celebrate diversity, increase visibility for diverse families, and to provide safe and affirming connection for rainbow parents and their children. The day featured community stalls from Twenty10, Sydney Local health District, Wear It Purple, ACON., NSW Police, Gamble Aware, Reverse Garbage and the Gender Centre, amongst others. Kids were entertained with drag storytime by Joyce Maynge, performances by Busy Izzy, and there was even a full-size wax figure of Dua Lipa on hand. Participants were also able to enjoy a delicious cake stall and book swap and buy. Rainbow Families is the peak organisation supporting LGBTQ+ parents and their children. The organisation works to reduce discrimination and disadvantage faced by the children of LGBTQ+ parents so they can thrive and shine and is a support network for parents and carers, as well as future parents and carers. I congratulate the Rainbow Families team on a wonderful event.