“Get ready to be transported back in time to your high school gymnasium and relive nostalgic moments of Prom.” Since many of the official Pride events are virtual this year, it’s nice to see the sister’s doing something fun, intimate and soaking wet in person! PRIDE PROM – A Pride
People who are fed up with the corporatization of Pride, and know that Pride is sponsored by corporations that give money to anti-LGBTQ Republicans threw a protest rally and march last year called People’s March and Rally. And while there is no Pride Parade this year, the Bay Area Reporter
This guide was done in conjunction with the League of Pissed Off Voters. – If you’d like to help pass out the printed voter guides, email the League at TheLeagueSF@gmail.com. – Want to get involved in the endorsement process? Learn more right here. Dear San Francisco, We love you, but
The corporatization of SF Pride is something we’ve come to expect as a sort of a necessary evil, a source of dollars that are quite necessary for the permits, overhead, staffing, emergency management logistics, and the continued existence of the event that does draw so much tourism and joy to
As SF Pride returns for 2021, almost every city that has a Pride celebration is once again wrestling with the question of whether cops should be at Pride. Here in San Francisco, that argument has a rather amusing historical footnote — there was one time when an officer in the
Frameline and San Francisco Pride present the first-ever Pride Movie Night at Oracle Park on June 11 & 12! TICKETS ON SALE NOW at sfpride.org/movienight Movies include: Friday, June 11: “In the Heights” Saturday, June 12: “Everybody’s Talking About Jamie” Pre-movie festivities will take place each evening at Oracle Park
The post-Zoom live event era is on the horizon, and SF Pride 2021 may be the among first to host responsibly distanced major annual live events again. SF Pride has scrapped the parade and musician stages for 2021 — as well as the Zoom streaming model — and has instead
San Francisco’s very first Pride march was 50 years ago this weekend (as it was in many U.S. cities), and the local LGBTQ+ community will still act up this weekend with COVID-19 safety measures in place. Yes, there will still be Pride demonstrations in the Bay Area all weekend long.
The corporatization of Pride is a strange thing. On one hand, the money that big corporations like Chipotle, Facebook and Apple pay each year helps fund the day of festivities that so joyously heartens our city. And it’s also really important that these corporations are showing their love for their LGBTQ employees. The visibility of having Fortune 500 companies support their queer workers is integral in the movement toward equity and equality.