On Sunday, we headed down to Market Street to watch the parade. There were lots of people there, all of them celebrating pride and equality. It was a truly loving and inspiring environment! We stuck around for a couple of hours, watching the floats go by, and watching some political figures as well as celebrities go by on fancy old convertible cars. Regardless of whether you were a politician, a celebrity, a union member, a bystander, or a member of a parade group, the unifying theme was the abundance of color, which only added to the happy environment! The city was celebrating!
Here are a few shots from the parade. Love rules, and I'm happy that all San Franciscans now enjoy of the same rights I do!
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|Rainbow Flags lined Market St. from start to end|
|A doggie came to join the celebration!|
|Flags in the air|
|You could buy anything rainbow!|
|More pride merchandise|
|Capturing the scene around|
|People got creative about seating!|
|Want a beer? he'll deliver one to you!|
|Sandy Stier and Kris Perry|
|Hungry? Grab a bacon-wrapped hot dog!|
|Festive and happy floats!|
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|Tabatha from Bravo!|
|Parade goes celebrate as Sandy Stier and Kris Perry go by|