Homosexual Satisfaction’S Choice: March In Protest Or Dance Concerns Away

“But the questions raised about the purpose and meaning of pride itself are important ones.”Conflict has been baked into gay pride marches from the beginning.
Even the act of attending a gay pride parade or dancing in the street with a lover can be a form of protest when L.G.B.T.Q.
Last year, grief and heightened concerns about security in the aftermath of the mass shooting at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Fla., washed over many gay pride parades.
Internal conflicts have become a hallmark of gay pride marches ever since.
Even at the first march in Manhattan in 1970, organizers fought over whether it should be called a gay pride march or a gay power march.

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