For Pride Month, sexual diversity in its many forms is now on display at an iconic street in Manhattan.
Gay Street in Greenwich Village is now Acceptance Street.
The street's sign has been expanded to reflect the expanding diversity within the LGBTQ community.
Beneath the Gay Street sign, there are now nine other identifying markers, ranging from lesbian to pansexual.
There's also a plus sign for anyone who may not fall into any of those categories.
At this point the street's expanded name is a temporary installation.
NEW: The historic and popular Gay Street in NYC is now #AcceptanceStreet, after a moving unveiling this morning in the West Village neighborhood of Manhattan for #PrideMonth in partnership with @NYCCHR & @NYC_DOT...— Good Morning America (@GMA) June 17, 2019
MORE: https://t.co/A3Z1iOHtkC#AcceptanceMatters #Pride pic.twitter.com/Nf5UrIgCC3
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