Gal Gadot is starting off Pride Month on the right foot.
The Wonder Woman star took to social media this week to share a glimpse at the joyous celebrations going on in Tel Aviv, Israel, in support of the LGBTQ+ Pride Month, which takes place every June.
In her latest Instagram post, Gadot, 38, shared a series of photos and videos to capture the crowds of people lined up in the streets to witness the Tel Aviv Pride Parade—and there was definitely no shortage of rainbow pride flags and dancing, smiling people feeling free to express themselves.
One of the photos showcased the scenic sunset in the background, of a pride flag raised high, making for the ultimate snapshot. Another pic showed a man wearing a colorful Kippah made up of the pride flag’s rainbow pattern.
Video footage from the event also gave Gadot’s followers a look at one of the parade floats, featuring a fierce array of drag queens dancing their way down the street while exuding nothing but pride and happiness.
The Israeli actress voiced her support for the community in her caption, which read, “Love is love 🌈.”
“And TLV pride parade is celebrating it beautifully,” she added.
“🌈!!” The Flash actress Sasha Calle wrote in solidarity in Gadot’s comment section.
Gadot has long been a vocal advocate for LGBTQ+ rights and gender equality, often using her platform to lobby for all types of human rights and important causes.
Back in 2018, the Red Notice star praised an article about a mother who was worried her son Isaac would be bullied at school for having a “girly” Wonder Woman backpack. In response, Gadot replied to the article with a message on Twitter, writing, “Just read this article about breaking gender stereotypes by Katie Alicea. Such an important topic and something I believe in so strongly.”
“I hope Issac wore the crown and his WW backpack proudly to school,” she wrote at the time, receiving over 24.7 thousand likes on the tweet.