BAS PRIDE 2017: PRIDE IN PICTURES!
Well, queerest Broke-Ass Stuart readership, by now we hope that you have fully recovered form what was likely one of the memorable Pride’s to date. Though there was no overturning of homophobic laws set against the backdrop of sweeter days, our current era of darkness has ignited flames of hope and calls to resist. Not even threats of violence within our own city could damper the fight within.
Of course, this being San Francisco, the original party girl of the Golden West, no fight is complete without play after. And much, much play there was! Parties kicked off a week prior and didn’t stop till the rays came poking over the Oakland Hills.
Though we weren’t able to be absolutely everywhere, our Broke-Ass Staff and contributors were on hand to catch the protest and pageantry all over town. So let us slide back up the rainbow just a little way back to….
PRIDE THURSDAY, JUNE 22ND
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PRIDE NIGHTLIFE AT THE CALIFORNIA ACADEMY OF SCIENCES
Heklina and Juanita More held court over the night-blooming flora dancing in the mists of the outerlands.
Photos by Stephen Torres.
PRIDE FRIDAY, JUNE 23RD
SAN FRANCISCO TRANS MARCH
The ever growing began bathed in sun and culminated in front of Compton’s Cafeteria.
Photos by Anna Heredia
Photo courtesy of Carolina Morales, Harvey Milk LGBT Democratic Club.
PINK SATURDAY, JUNE 24TH
SF PRIDE FESTIVAL MAIN STAGE
The Stud put out it’s wares, featuring among them, Creature and the Spice queers and headlined by Honey Mahogany and Sister Roma.
Photos by Stephen Torres
SAN FRANCISCO DYKE MARCH
Dykes marched through the Castro and Mission while allies held their backs on the sidelines.
Photos by Heather Robinson & Rebecca Berdel
PRIDE SUNDAY, JUNE 25TH
#RESIST CONTINGENT, SAN FRANCISCO PRIDE PARADE
The resistance was strong and opened the parade in numbers that held sway over the pageantry for hours. The Milk Club harkened back to the Proposition 6 days to draw parallels between fascist hate of today and yesteryear.
Photo by Susan Englander, Harvey Milk LGBT Democratic Club
Photo by Mia Satya, Harvey Milk LGBT Democratic Club
Photo by Shikha Hamilton, SF Pride Resistance Contingent
Photo by Brad Chapin, Harvey Milk LGBT Democratic Club
Image by Paulina Maldonado, Harvey Milk LGBT Democratic Club
HARD FRENCH LOVES LOS HOMOS WITH RONNIE SPECTOR & THE RONNETTES
Persia and Yves St.Croissant hosted the massive dance party along with Lil’ Miss Hot Mess, Hard French, La Disco es Qultura,
Club Lonely, Mango, and Gays H8 Techno, and welcomed the phenomenal Ronnie Spector & The Ronnettes who blew the roof off the place.
Photos by Anna Heredia