London’s official Pride march took place on July 2, when a record 1.5 million people showed up, walked and partied into the early hours of the next morning.

But last Saturday saw more than 20,000 people, also a record-breaking number, take a stand for trans people specifically in the fourth-ever march of its kind.People met at Wellington Arch, in Hyde Park Corner, and made their way through the capital.

This year’s slogan was: ‘Pride is a protest’.Some made a point about trans people being included in the LGBTQ+ community, with signs reading: ‘There is no LGB without the T’.