Serena Freewomyn

SF Pride Open Thread

Filed By Serena Freewomyn | June 28, 2008 9:00 AM | comments

Filed in: Living
Tags: Pride, San Francisco

This weekend is not only San Francisco Pride, it's Pride all over the damn place! I kicked off the season in April with Phoenix Pride (which was lame), and then partied my little ass off at Long Beach Pride in May. I didn't make it out to LA Pride at the beginning of the month, so I'm feeling like I need to hit up San Diego or Palm Springs later in the season since I'm not out in San Fran with Waymon right now celebrating my queerness.

Since I'm sitting at home this weekend reveling in the memories of Pride celebrations past, I thought I would ask ya'll: What's your favorite thing about Pride? I love the Dykes on the Bikes! And I couldn't be fonder of the drag kings or leather daddies. Leave us a comment and dish about your favorite things to see/do when you go to Pride.

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The funnel cakes.

Definitely the funnel cakes, with powdered sugar. I know they're at every fair on Earth, but it's still a big draw.

When will someone figure out how to make rainbow powdered sugar?

I wanted to let you know that if you want to watch the SF Pride Parade on Sunday, I found a live feed -- SF Pride Live

I have rode with the Dykes on Bikes in the 1980 parade (50-60 bikes) and then rode with the Harley contingent in 2002 (500 bikes)

Besides riding in the parade, the other part of SF Pride that I really like is the Dyke March! Which is tonight.

Happy Pride

OMG - there is funnel cake at Pride? How have I missed this?

I like the parade. Always the parade.