After the quintessential roar and cheering that always accompanies the Dykes on Bikes leading the LGBT Pride parade Sunday, June 26, the 46th annual event turned somber due to the hastily formed contingent "We Are Orlando."
While this year's Trans March ended in celebration with a street renaming after a historic riot, the afternoon got off to a raucous start after several invited elected officials were booed off the stage at Dolores Park.
San Francisco, CA
Nearly a million people came for the 46th annual San Francisco Pride celebration. #WeRememberOrlando had a strong presence as everyone celebrated LGBTQ freedom.
On Pride Weekend, Masterbeat transformed the legendary Hammerstein Ballroom into NYC's biggest mega-club for WE Party:Graffiti. Amazing lasers, hot dancers, talented performers, great friends and music by DJ's Oscar Velazquez and Micky Friedmann.
NYC Pride and Brian Rafferty Production presented their not-to-be-missed Pride Rooftop party. This party gets better every year, with two levels of fun, plenty of hot bodies, and great music by DJ's Paulo, Eddie Martinez, and Peter Napoli.
Here is part three of the NY Pride March. EDGE hopes you have enjoyed checking out all of the fun photos.
July's Republican National Convention notwithstanding, Cleveland has evolved into an LBGT-embracing city and is preparing for its 28th annual Pride event.
Thousands of women gathered at NYC's Bryant Park for the 23rd Annual Dyke March, a protest march that goes down Fifth Avenue to Washington Square Park. The event is an annual staple of Pride celebrations.
Matinee Pride hosted their daytime rooftop party LaLeche at Copacabana with DJ's Taito Tikaro, Phil Romano and Dan Slater.
San Francisco, CA
Several hundred people made the trip to the top of Twin Peaks to install a huge Pink Triangle. Now the entire city can see the symbol of the gay freedom movement. Followed by the history of the pink triangle, and music from the Lesbian Gay Freedom Band.